Accumulation of Capital

ISBN-10: 0415304458
ISBN-13: 9780415304450
Edition: 2nd 2003
Authors: Rosa Luxemburg
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Book details

Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 4/11/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 496
Size: 5.00" wide x 7.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.188
Language: English

Originally published in German in 1913 and written by a working-class woman, this volume is arguably still the most important advance on Marx's political economic writings to date. Rosa Luxemburg developed a theoretical foundation for the global drive and structural crisis of capitalism.

Introduction to the Routledge Classics Edition
Translator's Note
A Note on Rosa Luxemburg
Introduction
The Problem of Reproduction
The Object of our Investigation
Quesnay's and Adam Smith's Analyses of the Process of Reproduction
A Criticism of Smith's Analysis
Marx's Scheme of Simple Reproduction
The Circulation of Money
Enlarged Reproduction
Analysis of Marx's Diagram of Enlarged Reproduction
Marx's Attempt to Resolve the Difficulty
The Difficulty Viewed from the Angle of the Process of Circulation
Historical Exposition of the Problem
Sismondi-Malthus v. Say-Ricardo-MacCulloch
Sismondi's Theory of Reproduction
MacCulloch v. Sismondi
Ricardo v. Sismondi
Say v. Sismondi
Malthus
The Controversy between Rodbertus and von Kirchmann
v. Kirchmann's Theory of Reproduction
Rodbertus' Criticism of the Classical School
Rodbertus' Analysis of Reproduction
Struve-Bulgakov-Tugan Baranovski v. Vorontsov-Nikolayon
A New Version of the Problem
Vorontsov and his 'Surplus'
Nikolayon
Struve's 'Third Persons' and 'Three World Empires'
Bulgakov and his Completion of Marx's Analysis
Tugan Baranovski and his 'Lack of Proportion'
The End of Russian 'Legalist' Marxism
The Historical Conditions of Accumulation
Contradictions within the Diagram of Enlarged Reproduction
The Reproduction of Capital and its Social Setting
The Struggle against Natural Economy
The Introduction of Commodity Economy
The Struggle against Peasant Economy
International Loans
Protective Tariffs and Accumulation
Militarism as a Province of Accumulation
Index

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