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Capital : a critique of political economy. Volume three, [The process of capitalist production as a whole]

Author: Karl Marx; Friedrich Engels; Ernest Mandel; David Fernbach
Publisher: London ; New York, N.Y., USA : Penguin Books in association with New Left Review, 1991.
Series: Penguin classics.
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Karl Marx's Capital is an incisive critique of private property and the social relations it generates. Living in exile in England, where this work was largely written, Marx drew on a wide-ranging knowledge of its society to support his analysis and create fresh insights. Arguing that capitalism would cause an ever-increasing division in wealth and welfare, he predicted its abolition and replacement by a system with  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Karl Marx; Friedrich Engels; Ernest Mandel; David Fernbach
ISBN: 0140445706 9780140445701
OCLC Number: 60572990
Notes: Translation of: Das Kapital.
Includes prefaces to various editions by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels.
Originally published in this edition: London : Pelican Books, 1981.
Description: 1086 pages ; 20 cm.
Contents: Introduction / Ernest Mandel --
Preface / Frederick Engels --
Book 3: Process Of Capital Production As A Whole --
Part 1: Transformation Of Surplus-Value Into Profit, And Of The Rate Of Surplus-Value Into The Rate Of Profit --
1: Cost price and profit --
2: Rate of profit --
3: Relationship between rate of profit and rate of surplus-value --
4: Effect of the turnover on the rate of profit --
5: Economy in the use of constant capital --
6: Effect of changes in price --
7: Supplementary Remarks --
Part 2: Transformation Of Profit Into Average Profit --
8: Different compositions of capital in different branches of production, and the resulting variation in rates of profit --
9: Formation of a general rate of profit (average rate of profit), and transformation of commodity values into prices of production --
10: Equalization of the general rate of profit through competition-Market prices and market values-surplus profit --
11: Effects of the general fluctuations in wages on the prices of production --
12: Supplementary remarks --
Part 3: Law Of the Tendential Fall In The Rae Of Profit --
13: Law itself --
14: Counteracting factors --
15: Development of the law's internal contradictions --
Part 4: Transformation Of Commodity Capital And Money Capital Into Commercial Capital And Money-Dealing Capital (Merchant's Capital) --
16: Commercial capital --
17: Commercial profit --
18: Turnover of commercial capital-prices --
19: Money-dealing capital --
20: Historical material on merchant's capital --
Part 5: Division Of Profit Into Interest And Profit Of Enterprise --
21: Interest-bearing capital --
22: Division of profit-rate of interest-'natural' rate of interest --
23: Interest and profit of enterprise --
24: Interest-bearing capital as the superficial form of the capital relation --
25: Credit and fictitious capital --
26: Accumulation of money capital, and its influence on the rate of interest --
27: Role of credit in capitalist production --
28: Means of circulation and capital-the views of Tooke and Fullarton --
29: Banking capital's component parts --
30: Money capital and real capital: I --
31: Money capital and real capital: II (continuation) --
32: Money capital and real capital: III (conclusion) --
33: Means of circulation under the credit system --
34: Currency principle and the English bank legislation of 1844 --
35: Precious metal and rate of exchange --
36: Pre-capitalist relations --
Part 6: Transformation Of Surplus Profit Into Ground-Rent --
37: Introduction --
38: Differential rent in general --
39: First form of differential rent (differential rent I) --
40: Second form of differential rent (differential rent II) --
41: Differential rent II-first case: price of production constant --
42: Differential rent II-second case: price of production falling --
43: Differential rent II-third case: rising price of production-results --
44: Differential rent even on the poorest land cultivated --
45: Absolute ground-rent --
46: Rent of buildings-rent of mines-price of land --
47: Genesis of capitalist ground-rent --
Part 7: Revenues And Their Sources --
48: Trinity formula --
49: On the analysis of the production process --
50: Illusion created by competition --
51: Relations of distribution and relations of production --
52: Classes --
Supplement and addendum to volume 3 of Capital / (Frederick Engels) --
Quotations in languages other than English and German --
Index of authorities quoted --
General index --
Note on previous editions of the works of Marx and Engels --
Chronology of works by Marx and Engels.
Series Title: Penguin classics.
Other Titles: Process of capitalist production as a whole
New left review.
Responsibility: Karl Marx ; introduced by Ernest Mandel ; translated by David Fernbach.

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