Money, Interest, and Capital Accumulation in Karl Marx’s

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Eckhard Hein;
  • Subject: Money, interest, capital accumulation, Marx’s economics
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Starting from Schumpeter’s important distinction between „real analysis“ and „monetary analysis“, in this paper it is shown that major elements of Marx’s economic theory fall in the camp of monetary analysis and the implications for Marx’s theory of capital accumulation... View more
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