Economic Crises

Some articles on economic crises, economic, crises:

Asif Ali Zardari - President of Pakistan - Economic Crises
... collapse by accepting the opposition's economic proposals, which restored gas subsidies and abandoned many of the IMF's suggested reforms ...
Reproduction (economics) - Economic Reproduction, Economic Equilibrium and Economic Crises
... Marx's models of economic reproduction in capitalism have often been interpreted as stating the conditions for economic equilibrium, or balanced economic growth ... That means lower economic growth ... The argument is that balanced economic growth is only a temporary phenomenon, because a private enterprise economy is incapable of sustaining the necessary ...
Law Of Value - Law of Value in Capitalism - Law of Value and Crises
... In serious economic crises, Marx suggests, the structure of market prices is more or less suddenly readjusted to the evolving underlying structure of production values ... The economic crisis means that price and value relationships have gotten badly out of kilter, causing a breakdown of the normal trading process ... According to Marx, the basic meaning of crises for capitalists was, that they could not longer invest their capital at an adequate profit income, which usually meant also that their capital lost part of its ...

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