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Lapavitsas (2003): Social Foundations
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Social Foundations of Markets, Money and Credit
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2003
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PART I
Commodities, markets and capital 7
1 Social relations underpinning commodity markets 9
1.1 Products and commodities 10
1.2 The economic and the non-economic spheres of capitalist society 14
1.3 Class relations in the capitalist economy 17
1.4 Capital and commodities 21
1.5 Markets without commodities, and markets in commodities not produced by capital 26

2 Commodities and gifts 31
2.1 Commodities and gifts as tokens of market and non-market relations 31
2.2 Commodity and gift exchangeability 33
2.3 The role of use value in commodity exchange 37
2.4 Non-market relations in creation and deployment of labour power 42

PART II
Money and credit 47
3 Money′s monopoly over the ability to buy 49
3.1 The peculiar role of money in capitalist exchange 49
3.2 The theoretical problem of money′s emergence and the labour theory of value 53
3.3 The ′simple, isolated, or accidental form of value′ 57
3.4 The ′total or expanded form of value′ 58
3.5 The ′general form of value′ and the role of social custom 59
3.6 The ′money form of value′ 63
3.7 The specific character of monetary exchange in contrast to barter 64
3.8 Money as source of social power 66

4 The social content of credit relations 68
4.1 Trust and the structure of the capitalist credit system 69
4.2 Non-economic foundations of commercial (trade) credit relations 72
4.3 The role of trust in the operations of banking (monetary) credit 76
4.4 The social character of money market credit 82
4.5 Central bank credit 84
4.6 Conclusion 86

PART III
Theoretical approaches to the social relations sustaining markets and money 89
5 Social norms and institutions in the capitalist economy 91
5.1 Rationality and social norms in economic analysis 92
5.2 Institutions and markets 98
5.3 Information-theoretic analysis and neoclassical economics 101
5.4 The ′embeddedness′ of the capitalist economy in social relations 104
5.5 ′Social capital′ and the capitalist economy 107

6 The emergence and functioning of money 112
6.1 Money as means of exchange 113
6.2 Money as unit of account 119
6.3 ′Multiple′ markets and money 124
6.4 ′Limited-purpose′ and ′general-purpose′ money 128

7 Money as unit of account and means of exchange in a socialist society 131
7.1 Socialism as the conscious ascendancy of the non-economic 131
7.2 Labour money 135


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