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Clarke (1994): Marx's Theory of Crisis
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Marx's Theory of Crisis
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Introduction: Marxism and the Theory of Crisis 5
Political Economy and the Necessity of Crisis 5
Marxist Theories of Crisis 7
The Impasse of Contemporary Marxism 9
Marx and the Marxist Theory of Crisis 10
The Theory of Crisis in the Second International 13
The Marxist Heritage: Engels's Theory of Crisis 15
Kautsky and the Historical Tendencies of Capitalist Accumulation 18
Kautsky's Theory of Secular Overproduction 20
Kautsky's Theory of Crisis 21
Bernstein's Challenge –- Reform or Revolution 24
Tugan-Baranowsky and the Necessity of Crisis 26
Hilferding and the Disproportionality Theory of Crisis 30
Competition and the investment cycle 32
The investment cycle and the crisis 34
Stabilisation and the necessity of crisis 37
Rosa Luxemburg's Underconsumptionist Theory of Crisis 40
Crises Associated with the Falling Rate of Profit 44
The Reformulation of Marxist Crisis Theory in the 1970s 47
Class struggle and capitalist crisis 48
Crisis and the law of the tendency for the rate of profit to fall 48
Class Struggle and the Rate of Profit 52
Is There a Marxist Theory of Crisis? 54
Engels's Theory of Crisis 56
Marx's Early Development of Engels's Analysis 59
The Dynamics of Capitalist Production and the Tendency to Crisis 61
The Theory of Crisis in the Communist Manifesto 65
The Early Theory of Overproduction and Crisis 66
Production, Circulation and Global Crisis after 1848 68
The Politics and Theory of Crisis after the 1848 Revolutions 68
The Historical Development of Capitalist Crises 70
Money, Credit and Crisis in the Notebooks of 1851 73
The Theory of Crisis in 1853 78
Revolutionary Hopes and the Crisis of 1857 80
Production and Circulation 86
Money, Crisis and Currency Reform 88
The Money Form and the Possibility of Crisis 90

The Transition from Money to Capital 91
The Self-Expansion of Capital and Overproduction 92
Production and Realisation 94
Marx's Theory of Crisis: One Theory or Three? 96
Disproportionate Production and General Overproduction 97
Competition and Disproportionality 99
Underconsumption and the Tendency to Crisis 101
Disproportionality and the Valorisation of Capital 105
The Tendency for the Rate of Profit to Fall 111
The tendency for the composition of capital to rise 111
The composition of capital and the formation of a relative surplus population 112
The composition of capital and the tendency for the rate of profit to fall 113
The tendency for the tate of profit to fall and the tendency to crisis 114
The Dynamics of Capitalism and the Tendency to Crisis 117
The Methodology of the Grundrisse and the Theory of Crisis 120
Underconsumption Theories: Malthus and Sismondi 125
Overproduction and Crisis: Say and Ricardo 130
The production of surplus value and the possibility of crisis 130
Disproportionality and general overproduction 132
The tendency to crisis and the critique of political economy 133
The contradictions of capital and the possibility of crisis 135
Money, credit and the possibility of crisis 137
Capitalist production and the possibility of crisis 138
Capitalist Reproduction, Disproportionality and Crisis 139
The Falling Rate of Profit and the Tendency to Crisis 143
The Critique of Political Economy and the Falling Rate of Profit 144
Is There a Tendency for the Rate of Profit to Fall? 147
The tendency for the composition of capital to rise 148
The rate of exploitation and the rate of profit 149
The Falling Rate of Profit and Relative Surplus Population 152
The Concentration of Capital, the Rate of Profit and Crisis 154
Internal Contradictions of the Law 157
The mass of profit, the rate of profit and the tendency to crisis 157
The rate of profit, crisis and the depreciation of capital 159
The falling rate of profit and the absolute overaccumulation of capital 162
Overaccumulation and crisis 163
What is the significance of FROP? 165
The Theory of Crisis in Capital 168
Politics and the Theory of Crisis 169
The Theory of Crisis in the First Volume of Capital 171
The General Law of Capitalist Accumulation 172

Labour shortage, wages and crisis 173
Crises and the historical tendency of capitalist accumulation 174
The Necessity of Crisis and the Periodicity of the Cycle 177
Fixed Capital and the Periodicity of the Cycle 178
Fixed Capital and the Problem of Reproduction 183
Credit and the Investment Cycle 187
Conclusion 190
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