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Capital and the Firm in Neo-Classical Theory

  • Edward J. Nell

Abstract

How does a social system maintain and reproduce itself? How are capitalist social relationships maintained and reproduced? Many neo-Classical models are inconsistent at various points with the requirements for the maintenance and reproduction of capitalist relationships.

Keywords

Production Function Marginal Product Capital Good Standard Version Cost Curve 
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© Edward J. Nell 1992

Authors and Affiliations

  • Edward J. Nell
    • 1
  1. 1.New School for Social ResearchNew YorkUSA

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