The Accumulation of Capital

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This article is about the book by Rosa Luxemburg. For the gathering of objects of value, see Accumulation of capital. For the book by Joan Robinson, see Joan Robinson's growth model.

The Accumulation of Capital (full title : The Accumulation of Capital: A Contribution to an Economic Explanation of Imperialism, Die Akkumulation des Kapitals: Ein Beitrag zur ökonomischen Erklärung des Imperialismus) is the principal book-length work of Rosa Luxemburg, first published in 1913.

It is in three sections as described below:[1]

  1. The Problem of Reproduction
  2. The Historical Exposition of the Problem
    1. Round I: Sismondi--Malthus vs. Say--Ricardo, MacCulloch
    2. Round II: The Controversy between Rodbertus and von Kirchmann
    3. Round III: Struve-Bulgakov-Tugan Baranovski vs. Vorontsov-Kikolayon
  3. The Historical Conditions of Accumulation

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  1. ^ Luxemburg, Rosa (1951). The Accumulation of Capital. Monthly Review Press. LCCN 64-16176. 

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