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The problem is therefore one of effective demand: how does the system dispose of the increasing surplus value? The issue of markets and the realization of surplus value becomes the central problem that confronts the monopoly stage of capitalism. This theoretical issue informed Rosa Luxemburg’s critique in the Accumulation of Capital early last century and remains one of the most insightful and controversial contributions to the debates within Marxian economics. 3 Simple and expanded reproduction In Volume 2 of Capital, Marx develops a complex two-sector model in the exchange relations between the consumer goods sector and the capital goods sector.
In an authoritative but neglected study, Gillman (1957) concludes that a rapid increase in the organic composition of capital did actually occur from the second half of the nineteenth century until the First World War. This period was characterized by the transformation of small-scale industry into large-scale mechanization of industry and the rapid migration of the workforce from traditional agriculture to industry. These years before the outbreak of the First World War, had experienced a growing prosperity; the ostensible “golden era” of burgeoning Victorian affluence.
3, p. 209) The law of value thus acts as the center of gravity insofar as it mediates an equilibrium between the distributions of labor within different branches of production. This can be defined as the magnitude of value, which functions as a regulatory mechanism in the distribution of labor between different organic compositions of capital. Marx refers to this aspect as the quantitative dimension of value. Conversely, from a purely qualitative standpoint, the law of value exhibits a social relation between wages and profits, or between capital and labor.
Monopoly Capitalism in Crisis by Bill Lucarelli