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- After Crisis: A Marxist Take on Capital and Labour after the Financial Crisis
- Karl Marx (1818–1883)
- Wage Labour and Capital
M ore than a century after his death, Karl Marx remains one of the most controversial figures in the Western world. His relentless criticism of capitalism and his corresponding promise of an inevitable, harmonious socialist future inspired a revolution of global proportions. It seemed that—with the Bolshevik revolution in Russia and the spread of communism throughout Eastern Europe—the Marxist dream had firmly taken root during the first half of the twentieth century.
After Crisis: A Marxist Take on Capital and Labour after the Financial Crisis
In , a financial crisis developed with remarkable speed and spread throughout the global economy, penetrating most economies through the interconnected financial system. The crisis itself manifested long before , primarily by the rise of the credit card industry and increasing indebtness, which was a response to stagnating wage levels in the advanced capitalist states in the s. Originated in the US, mortgage lending exploded to meet the housing demand from the higher income earners — a development that was supported and promoted by financial institutions. As the market became increasingly exhausted, lending needed to be extended beyond households of high income, which led to the encouragement by financial institutions to loosen the credit strings for everyone so lending could become available for people of low income Harvey Although such lending would seem irrational and risky, the financialisation of capital markets made this possible through securitization of mortgages.
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Karl Marx (1818–1883)
Commodities are objects that satisfy human needs and wants. Commodities are the fundamental units of capitalism, a form of economy based on the intense accumulation of such objects. This usefulness is its use-value, a property intrinsic to the commodity. Commodities also possess an exchange-value, the relative value of a commodity in relation to other commodities in an exchange situation. Unlike use-value, exchange-value is not intrinsic to a commodity. Exchange-value allows one to determine what one commodity is worth in relation to another commodity, for example how many units of corn one might exchange for a given unit of linen. In a complex market, all sorts of different commodities, although satisfying different needs and wants, must be measurable in the same units, namely money.
PDF | Marx develops two different theories of the employment relationship. The first is based on an agreement for the sale of a commodity.
Wage Labour and Capital
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The ideas expressed in the essay have a thorough economic contemplation about them as Marx put aside his materialist conceptions of history for the time being. Main topics examined in the essay include labour power , labour, and how labour power becomes a commodity. The labour theory of value is introduced, which distinguishes between labour and labour power.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Introduction Preliminary What are wages? By what is the price of a commodity determined? By what are wages determined?
We have started out from the premises of political economy.
As values, all commodities are only definite masses of congealed labour time. One of the enduring questions of economics is "Where do profits come from? At the center of most economic paradigms is a Theory of Value. The classical political economists found value to be determined in production ; since most of the cost of production could be reduced to labor, this approach was refined into the Labor Theory of Value. Neoclassical economists looked for value in the market act of exchange and developed the Marginal Theory of Value.
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