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The Law of the Falling Rate of Profit, Reproduction Scheme and Imperialist Expansion: The Self-Contradiction Common to Marx’s Law and Lenin’s Scheme

  • Tadao Horie

Abstract

During the Lent term in 1966 I was staying at Cambridge University. One day Mrs Joan Robinson gave me a copy of her preface, still in manuscript, to the second edition of An Essay on Marxian Economics. On reading this I found the following passage:

The constant rate of exploitation in Volume (Book) III is not explained, and the fact that it entails a rising level of real wages is not noticed. I was much startled when I came upon this in reading Capital for the first time. None of the discussions and controversies I have had since have cleared the point up.1

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Real Wage Foreign Market Nominal Wage Reproduction Scheme Capitalist Society 
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Notes

Chapter 7

  1. 1.
    Joan Robinson, An Essay on Marxian Economics, Macmillan, London, 2nd edn, 1966, p. ix.Google Scholar
  2. 14.
    See T. Horie, Marx-Keizaigaku Nyumon (An Introduction to Marxian Economics), Nihonhyoronsha, 1962, pp. 118–24.Google Scholar
  3. T. Horie ‘Shihonron’ to Shihonshugino Unmei (Capital and the Fate of Capitalism), Gakubunsha, 1981, pp. 85–93.Google Scholar

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© Tadao Horie 1991

Authors and Affiliations

  • Tadao Horie
    • 1
  1. 1.Ohtsuki College of EconomicsJapan

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