Marx-Engels Collected Works/Volume 37

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Karl Marx, Capital, Volume III[edit source]

Preface (MECW)xi
Preface (Engels)5

BOOK III: The Process of Capitalist Production as a Whole[edit source]

PART I: The Conversion of Surplus Value into Profit and of the Rate of Surplus Value into the Rate of Profit[edit source]

Chapter I Cost Price and Profit27
Chapter II The Rate of Profit45
Chapter III The Relation of the Rate of Profit to the Rate of Surplus Value52
Chapter IV The Effect of the Turnover on the Rate of Profit73
Chapter V Economy in the Employment of Constant Capital80
  • I. In General
  • II. Savings in Labour Conditions at the Expense of the Labourers. Coal Mines. Neglect of Indispensable Outlays
  • 91
  • III. Economy in the Generation and Transmission of Power, and in Buildings
  • 99
  • IV. Utilisation of the Excretions of Production
  • 102
  • V. Economy Through Inventions
  • 105
    Chapter VI The Effect of Price Fluctuations106
  • I Fluctuations in the Price of Raw Materials, and Their Direct Effects on the Rate of Profit
  • 106
  • II. Appreciation, Depreciation, Release, and Tie-up of Capital
  • 112
  • III. General Illustration. The Cotton Crisis of 1861-65
  • 125
    Chapter VII Supplementary Remarks137

    Part II: Conversion of Profit into Average Profit[edit source]

    Chapter VIII Different Compositions of Capitals in Different Branches of Production and Resulting Differences in Rates of Profit141
    Chapter IX Formation of a General Rate of Profit (Average Rate of Profit) and Transformation of the Values of Commodities into Prices of Production153
    Chapter X Equalisation of the General Rate of Profit Through Competition. Market Prices and Market Values. Surplus Profit171
    Chapter XI Effects of General Wage Fluctuations on Prices of Production198
    Chapter XII Supplementary Remarks202
    • I. Causes Implying a Change in the Price of Production
  • II. Price of Production of Commodities of Average Composition
  • 204
  • III. The Capitalist's Grounds for Compensating
  • 205

    Part III: The Law of the Tendency of the Rate of Profit to Fall[edit source]

    Chapter XIII The Law as Such209
    Chapter XIV Counteracting Influences230
    • I. Increasing Intensity of Exploitation
  • II. Depression of Wages Below the Value of Labour Power
  • 234
  • III. Cheapening of Elements of Constant Capital
  • 234
  • IV. Relative Overpopulation
  • 235
  • V. Foreign Trade
  • 235
  • VI. The Increase of Stock Capital
  • 238
    Chapter XV Exposition of the Internal Contradictions of the Law239
  • I. General
  • 239
  • II. Conflict Between Expansion of Production and Production of Surplus Value
  • 245
  • III. Excess Capital and Excess Population
  • 249
  • IV. Supplementary Remarks
  • 258

    Part IV: Conversion of Commodity Capital and Money Capital into Commercial Capital and Money-Dealing Capital (Merchant's Capital)[edit source]

    Chapter XVI Commercial Capital266
    Chapter XVII Commercial Profit279
    Chapter XVIII The Turnover of Merchant's Capital. Prices301
    Chapter XIX Money-Dealing Capital313
    Chapter XX Historical Facts About Merchant's Capital321

    Part V: Division of Profit into Interest and Profit of Enterprise. Interest-Bearing Capital[edit source]

    Chapter XXI Interest-Bearing Capital336
    Chapter XXII Division of Profit. Rate of Interest. "Natural" Rate of Interest356
    Chapter XXIII Interest and Profit of Enterprise367
    Chapter XXIV Externalisation of the Relations of Capital in the Form of Interest-Bearing Capital388
    Chapter XXV Credit and Fictitious Capital397
    Chapter XXVI Accumulation of Money Capital. Its Influence on the Interest Rate412
    Chapter XXVII The Role of Credit in Capitalist Production432
    Chapter XXVIII Medium of Circulation and Capital; Views of Tooke and Fullarton439
    Chapter XXIX Component Parts of Bank Capital461
    Chapter XXX Money Capital and Real Capital. I475
    Chapter XXXI Money Capital and Real Capital. II (Continued)493
    • 1. Transformation of Money into Loan Capital
  • 2. Transformation of Capital or Revenue into Money that Is Transformed into Loan Capital
  • 500
    Chapter XXXII Money Capital and Real Capital. III (Concluded)502
    Chapter XXXIII The Medium of Circulation in the Credit System517
    Chapter XXXIV The Currency Principle and the English Bank Legislation of 1844542
    Chapter XXXV Precious Metal and Rate of Exchange559
  • I. Movement of the Gold Reserve
  • 559
  • II. The Rate of Exchange
  • 569
      • Rate of Exchange with Asia
      • England's Balance of Trade
    Chapter XXXVI Precapitalist Relationships588
    • Interest in the Middle Ages
  • Advantages Derived by the Church from the Prohibition of Interest
  • 607

    Part VI: Transformation of Surplus Profit into Ground Rent[edit source]

    Chapter XXXVII Introduction608
    Chapter XXXVIII Differential Rent: General Remarks633
    Chapter XXXIX First Form of Differential Rent (Differential Rent I)642
    Chapter XL Second Form of Differential Rent (Differential Rent II)666
    Chapter XLI Differential Rent II First Case: Constant Price of Production677
    Chapter XLII Differential Rent II, Second Case: Failing Price of Production684
    Chapter XLIII Differential Rent II Third Case: Rising Price of Production700
    Chapter XLIV Differential Rent Also on the Worst Cultivated Soil726
    Chapter XLV Absolute Ground Rent734
    Chapter XLVI Building Site Rent. Rent in Mining. Price of Land759
    Chapter XLVII Genesis of Capitalist Ground Rent768
    • I. Introductory Remarks
  • II. Labour Rent
  • 776
  • III. Rent in Kind
  • 780
  • IV. Money Rent
  • 783
  • V. Métayage and Peasant Proprietorship of Land Parcels
  • 789

    Part VII: Revenues and their Sources[edit source]

    Chapter XLVIII The Trinity Formula801
    Chapter XLIX Concerning the Analysis of the Process of Production818
    Chapter L Illusions Created by Competition839
    Chapter LI Distribution Relations and Production Relations863
    Chapter LII Classes870
    Supplement to Capital, Volume Three (Engels)873
    • I. Law of Value and Rate of Profit
  • II. The Stock Exchange
  • 894

    Illustrations[edit source]

    Title page of the first German edition of Vol. III, I of Capital3
    First page of Marx's manuscript of the third volume of Capital, marked by Engels as "Ms. I"29
    Facsimile of a page of the manuscript, copied by a secretary, with alterations by Engels30
    Title page of the first German edition of Vol. III, II, of Capital465
    First page of Engels' manuscript "Law of Value and Rate of Profit"879