Marx without Equilibrium
This article presents a ‘sequential and non-dualist’ interpretation of Marx’s value theory. This terminology has since been replaced by the term ‘temporal single system’ (TSSI). In such an interpretation, values transform into prices in accordance with Marx’s two equalities, and the rate of profit falls in accordance with his formulation of the law of the tendency of the rate of profit to fall.
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|Publication status:||Published in Capital and Class Issue number 56, Summer 1995 (1995): pp. 49-81|
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