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The Limits to Capital
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1982
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2006
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Chapter 1 COMMODITIES, VALUES AND CLASS RELATIONS

I. USE VALUES, EXCHANGE VALUES AND VALUES
1 Use values
2 Exchange value, money and the price system
3 The value theory
4 The theory of surplus value

II CLASS RELATIONS AND THE CAPITALIST PRINCIPLE OF ACCUMULATION
1 The class role of the capitalist and the imperative to accumulate
2 The implications fo r the labourer of accumulation by the capitalist
3 Class, value and the contradiction of the capitalist law of accumulation

Appendix THE THEORY OF VALUE

Chapter 2 PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION

I. THE SHARE OF VARIABLE CAPITAL IN TOTAL SOCIAL PRODUCT, THE VALUE OF LABOUR POWER AND WAGE RATE DETERMINATION 45
1 The subsistence wage
2 Supply and demand for labour power
3 Class struggle over the wage rate 52
4 The accumulation process and the value of labour power 55

II THE REDUCTION OF SKILLED TO SIMPLE LABOUR 57
III THE DISTRIBUTION OF SURPLUS VALUE AND THE TRANSFORMATION FROM VALUES INTO PRICES O F PRODUCTION
IV INTEREST, RENT, AND PROFIT ON MERCHANTS' CAPITAL
1 Merchants' capital
2 Money capital and interest
3 Rent on land
4 Distribution relations and class relations in historical perspective

Chapter 3 PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION, DEMAND AND SUPPLY AND THE REALIZATION OF SURPLUS VALUE

I PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION, DEMAND AND SUPPLY AND THE CRITIQUE OF SAY'S LAW 79
II THE PRODUCTION OF SURPLUS VALUE
1 The time structure and costs of realization
2 The structural problems of realization
III THE PROBLEM OF EFFECTIVE DEMAND A N D THE CONTRADICTION BETWEEN THE RELATIONS OF DISTRIBUTION AND THE CONDITIONS OF REALIZATION OF SURPLUS VALUE

Chapter 4 TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE, THE LABOUR PROCESS AND THE VALUE COMPOSITION OF CAPITAL
I. THE PRODUCTIVITY OF LABOUR UNDER CAPITALISM
II THE LABOUR PROCESS
III THE SOURCES OF TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE UNDER CAPITALISM
IV THE TECHNICAL, ORGANIC AND VALUE COMPOSITIONS OF CAPITAL
V TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE AND ACCUMULATION

Chapter 5 THE CHANGING ORGANIZATION OF CAPIT ALIST PRODUCTION

Chapter 6 THE DYNAMICS OF ACCUMULATION
I. THE PRODUCTION OF SURPLUS VALUE AND THE GENERAL LAW OF CAPITALIST ACCUMULATION
II ACCUMULATION THROUGH EXPANDED REPRODUCTION
III THE FALLING RATE OF PROFIT AND ITS COUNTERVAILING INFLUENCES

Chapter 7 OVERACCUMULATION, DEVALUATION AND THE 'FIRST-CUT' THEORY OF CRISIS
I. OVERACCUMULATION AND DEVALUATION OF CAPITAL
II. THE ' CONSTANT DEVALUATION' OF CAPITAL THAT RESULTS FROM THE RISING PRODUCTIVITY OF LABOUR
III. DEVALUATION THROUGH CRISES

Chapter 8 FIXED CAPITAL

I. THE CIRCULATIO N OF FIXED CAPITAL
II THE RELATIONS BETWEEN FIXED AND CIRCULATING CAPITAL
III SOME SPECIAL FORMS OF FIXED CAPITAL CIRCULATION
1 Fixed capital of large scale and great durability
2 Fixed capital of an 'independent' kind
IV THE CONSUMPTION FUND
V THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT FOR PRODUCTION, EXCHANGE AND CONSUMPTION
VI FIXED CAPITAL, THE CONSUMPTION FUND AND THE ACCUMULATION OF CAPITAL

Chapter 9 MONEY, CREDIT AND FINANCE 239

I. MONEY AND COMMODITIES
II. THE TRANSFORMATION OF MONEY INTO CAPITAL
III. INTEREST
IV THE CIRCULATION OF INTEREST-BEARING CAPITAL AND THE FUNCTIONS OF THE CREDIT SYSTEM
1 The mobilization of money as capital 262
2 Reductions in the cost and time of circulation 263
3 Fixed capital circulation and consumption fund formation 264
4 Fictitious capital 266
5 The equalization of the profit rate 270
6 The centralization of capital

V THE CREDIT SYSTEM: INSTRUMENTALITIES AND INSTITUTIONS
1 The general principles of financial mediation: the circulation of capital and the circulation of revenues
2 Joint stock companies and markets for fictitious capital
3 The banking system
4 State institutions

Chapter 10 FINANCE CAPITAL AND ITS CONTRADICTIONS

I. THE CREDIT SYSTEM ACCORDING TO MARX
II FINANCE C APITAL ACCOR DING TO LENIN AND HILFERDING
III THE CONTRADICTION BETWEEN THE FINANCIAL SYSTEM AND ITS MONETARY BASIS
IV THE INTEREST RATE AND ACCUMULATION
V THE ACCUMULATION CYCLE
1 Stagnation
2 Recovery
3 Credit-based expansion
4 Speculative fever
5 The crash
VI THE POL ITICS OF MONEY MANAGEMENT
VII INFLATION AS A FORM OF DEVALUATION
VIII FINANCE CAPITAL AND ITS CONTRADICTIONS
1 Finance capital as a 'class' of financiers and money capitalists
2 Finance capital as the unity of banking and industrial capital
3 Finance capital and the state
IX THE 'SECOND-CUT' THEORY OF CRISES: THE RELATION BETWEEN PRODUCTION, MONEY AND FINANCE

Chapter 11 THE THEORY OF RENT
I. THE USE VALUE OF LAND
1 The land as the basis for reproduction and extraction
2 Space, place and location
3 Location, fertility and prices of production
II LANDED PROPERTY
III THE FORMS OF RENT
1 Monopoly rent
2 Absolute rent
3 Differential rent
IV THE CONTRADICTORY ROLE OF GROUND RENT AND LANDED PROPERTY WITHIN THE CAPITALIST MODE OF PRODUCTION
1 The separation of the labourer from the land as means of production
2 Landownership and the principle of private property
3 Landed property and capital flow
V DISTRIBUTION RELATIONS AND CLASS STRUGGLE BETWEEN LANDLORD AND CAPITALIST
VI THE LAND MARKET AND FICTITIOUS CAPITAL

Chapter 12 THE PRODUCTION OF SPATIAL CONFIGURATIONS : THE GEOGRAPHICAL MOBILITIES OF CAPITAL AND LABOUR
I. TRANSPORT RELATIONS AND THE MOBILITY OF CAPITAL AS COMMODITIES
II THE MOBILITY OF VARIABLE CAPITAL AND LABOUR POWER
III THE MOBILITY OF MONEY CAPITAL
IV THE LOCATION OF PRODUCTION PROCESSES
1 Technology versus location as sources of relative surplus value
2 The turnover time of capital in production
V THE SPATIAL CONFIGURATION OF BUILT ENVIRONMENTS
VI THE TERRITORIALITY OF SOCIAL I NFRASTRUCTURES
VII THE MOBILITIES OF CAPITAL AND LABOUR TAKEN AS A WHOLE
1 Complementarity
2 Contradictions and conflict

Chapter 13 CRISES IN THE SPACE ECONOMY OF CAPITALISM : THE DIALECTICS OF IMPERIALISM
I UNEVEN GEOGRAPHICAL DEVELOPMENT
II GEOGRAPHICAL CONCENTRATION AND DISPERSAL
III THE REGIONALIZATION OF CLASS AND FACTIONAL STRUGGLE
IV HIERARCHICAL ARRANGEMENTS AND THE INTERNATION ALIZATION OF CAPITAL
V THE 'THIRD CUT' AT CRISIS THEORY: GEOGRAPHICAL ASPECTS
1 Particular, individual and place-specific devaluation 425
2 Crisis formation within regions 426
3 Switching crises 428
4 Building new arrangements to co-ordinate spatial integration and geographical uneven development
VI BUILDING TOWARDS GLOBAL CRISES
1 External markets and underconsumption
2 The export of capital for production
3 The expansion of the proletariat and primitive accumulation
4 The export of devaluation
VII IMPERIALISM
VIII I NTER-IMPERIALIST RIVALRIES : GLOBAL WAR AS THE ULTIMATE FORM OF DEVALUATION


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