Fundamentos hipotéticos para proyectos de investigación sobre la crisis económica contemporánea
[Hypothetical foundations for research projects on the contemporary economic crisis]
AbstractThe paper seeks to integrate the theoretical developments in the field of imperfect competition and monopoly, and operation of the firm in such conditions, with the theories of income distribution, particularly among the macroeconomic aggregates of capital and labor. And formulating a working hypothesis to focus the breaking of the capital accumulation process expressed in the current economic crisis, from a holistic perspective.
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Distribución del ingreso; Acumulación del capital; Centralización del capital; Empresas dominantes: Uso eficiente y eficaz de los recursos; Crisis por sobreproducción; Crisis por desproporción;
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