Capital: A Critique of Political Economy, Vol. III. The Process of Capitalist Production as a Whole

Karl Marx
Marx, Karl
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Frederick Engels, ed. Ernest Untermann, trans.
First Pub. Date
Chicago: Charles H. Kerr and Co.
Pub. Date
Das Kapital, based on the 1st edition.
Table of Contents
About the Book and Author
Preface, by Frederick Engels
PART I The Conversion of Surplus-Value into Profit and of the Rate of Surplus-Value into the Rate of Profit.
I Cost Price and Profit.
II The Rate of Profit.
III The Relation of the Rate of Profit to the Rate of Surplus-value.
IV The Effect of the Turn-over on the Rate of Profit.
V Economies in the Employment of Constant Capital.
VI The Effect of Fluctuations in Price.
VII Additional Remarks.
PART II Conversion of Profit into Average Profit.
VIII Different Composition of Capitals in Different Lines of Production and Resulting Differences in the Rates of Profit
IX Formation of a General Rate of Profit (Average Rate of Profit) and Transformation of the Values of Commodities Into Prices of Production
X Compensation of the Average Rate of Profit by Competition. Market Prices and Market Values. Surplus-profit.
XI Effects of General Fluctuations of Wages on Prices of Production.
XII Some After Remarks.
PART III The Law of the Falling Tendency of the Rate of Profit.
XIII The Theory of the Law.
XIV Counteracting Causes
XV Unraveling the Internal Contradictions of the Law.
PART IV Transformation of Commodity-Capital and Money-Capital into Commercial Capital and Financial Capital.
XVI Commercial Capital.
XVII Commercial Profit.
XVIII The Turn-over of Merchant's Capital. The Prices
XIX Financial Capital.
XX Historical Data Concerning Merchants' Capital.
PART V Division of Profit into Interest and Profits of Enterprise.
XXI The Interest-bearing Capital.
XXII Division of Profit. Rate of Interest. Natural Rate of Interest.
XXIII Interest and Profit of Enterprise.
XXIV Externalisation of the Relations of Capital in the Form of Interest-bearing Capital.
XXV Credit and Fictitious Capital.
XXVI Accumulation of Money-capital. its Influence on the Rate of Interest.
XXVII The Role of Credit in Capitalist Production.
XXVIII The Medium of Circulation (Currency) and Capital. Tooke's and Fullarton's Conception.
XXIX The Composition of Banking Capital.
XXX Money-capital and Actual Capital, I.
XXXI Money-capital and Actual Capital. II.
XXXII Money-capital and Actual Capital. III.
XXXIII The Currency Under the Credit System.
XXXIV The Currency Principle and the English Bank Laws of 1844.
XXXV Precious Metals and Rates of Exchange.
XXXVI Precapitalist Conditions.
PART VI Transformation of Surplus Profit into Ground-Rent.
XXXVII Preliminaries.
XXXVIII Differential Rent. General Remarks.
XXXIX The First Form of Differential Rent. (Differential Rent I.)
XL The Second Form of Differential Rent. (Differential Rent II.)
XLI Differential Rent II.—First Case: Constant Price of Production
XLII Differential Rent II.—Second Case: Falling Price of Production
XLIII Differential Rent II.—Third Case: Rising Price of Production
XLIV Differential Rent Even Upon the Worst Soil under Cultivation
XLV Absolute Ground-Rent
XLVI Building Lot Rent. Mining Rent. Price of Land
XLVII Genesis of Capitalist Ground-Rent
PART VII The Revenues and Their Sources.
XLVIII The Trinitarian Formula
XLIX A Contribution to the Analysis of the Process of Production
L The Semblance of Competition
LI Conditions of Distribution and Production
LII The Classes
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