5 edition of The Economic Law of Motion of Modern Society found in the catalog.
March 31, 1986
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||H. J. Wagener (Editor), J. W. Drukker (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||244|
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Fundamental Economic Law of Capitalism the law of motion of the capitalist economy, the content of which is determined by the fundamental production relation between wage labor and capital, which is the process of production and appropriation of surplus value. According to F. Engels, the mechanism of the capitalist mode of production and of the mode of. The theory of the division of labor is one of the cornerstones of economics. It is the very foundation of the scientific analysis of society and the market. According to this theory, cooperation among any number of persons is more productive than the individual efforts of the same persons in isolation from one another.
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The economic law of motion of modern society by J. Drukker, unknown edition, The economic law of motion of modern society (edition) | Open Library. The object of this book is to make clear the economic logic of society in general, which applies to socialist as well as capitalist economies.
Taking the Japanese economy as an example, part of the book tries to explain how an actual economy can deviate from the 'ideal' laws of motion, and shows that such aberrations themselves obey certain by: The object of this book is to make clear the economic logic of society in general, which applies to socialist as well as capitalist economies.
Taking the Japanese economy as an example, part of the book tries to explain how an actual economy can deviate from the 'ideal' laws of motion, and shows that such aberrations themselves obey certain rules.
In the analysis of economic forms, moreover, neither microscopes nor chemical reagents are of use. The force of abstraction must replace both. But in bourgeois society, the commodity-form of the product of labour — or value-form of the commodity — is the economic cell-form.
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Competition leads to the negation of competition. Some competitors succeed, most fail. The succeeding competitors swallow up the assets of the failing competitors. As a result, the concentration of economic power grows, in the hands of the successful competitors. The Solow Model: Toward the Law of Motion The Solow Model: simple case n = 0 and g = 0 The Solow Model: general case n 6= 0 and g 6= 0 The Solow Growth Model Lectures 5, 6 & 7 Topics in Macroeconomics Topic 2 Octo 21 & 27, Lectures 5, 6 & 7 1/37 Topics in MacroeconomicsMissing: Modern Society.
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