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THE CONCEPT OF ExCESS CAPACITY
The IMPORTANCE OF COST DIFFERENTIALs
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adjustment amount appears assume assumption average become business capital capital capitalists cent certain companies competitive concentration consequence consider considerable constant continuously cost course debt decline degree of utilisation demand depends determined difficulties distribution economic effect entrepreneurs equation equipment establishments example excess capacity existing expansion expected explain fact factors fall figures firms follows function gearing ratio given greater gross gross capital gross profit hand important included increase industries influence internal accumulation investment issues labour lead less limit long run manufacturing Marx means methods obtained output period plant positive possible practice profit margins profit rate proportion question rate of growth rate of profit reason reduced relation relative remains result rise roots savings selling share of wages Table term theory trend types value added various whole yield
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