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A sequel to 'Marx and Non-Equilibrium Economics', this number of papers introduces key advances in glossy worth conception. Equilibrium and non-equilibrium techniques are mentioned along the speculation at the back of summary labour and cash. A ordinary topic is the 'temporal single-system interpretation;. interpretation'.

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D) Although our profit rates are not 'final', no profit rate is 'final' as long as capitalism exists. The notion of 'the' profit rate existing outside of time is a figment of the static equilibrium imagination. (e) Laibman claims it is 'absurd' to think that, given unchanged physical quantities, production prices and the profit rate can change. Yet what is absurd - and not merely contrary to the physicalist doctrine of the '20th- Marx versus the '20th-Century Marxists' 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. I 0. I 1.

This again is to be distinguished from ontological equilibrium: the view that the actual economy tends toward, rather than away from, its equilibrium centre, and that the capitalist growth path is smooth, constant-proportional, and crisis-free. Second, in contemplating different conceptions of value and production price, rhetoric should be abated somewhat in the search for exact meanings. The 20th-century Marxist (eigenvector) conception of production prices is arguably the closest thing available in all of economics to a coherent conception of price formation.

Since a uniform profit rate and production prices require that all supplies equal demands, these 'proofs' would be decisive- were they correct. 3 90 I II m Total m c v s 140 36 24 40 48 32 20 36 24 200 c+v+s 200 120 p 44 c+v+p 220 They are not. 3 puts Marx's 'uncorrected' transformation account in the context of simple reproduction. Departments I, II, and III produce means of production, means of subsistence, and luxury goods, respectively. For simplicity, I exclude fixed capital and assume that inputs are bought at their static equilibrium values in period 1 and at production prices in period 2.

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