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Premultiplying (31) by w, one has gM(x)wMx ~ wx - wMx • In the light of the definition of E; and J,J , (32) follows. Q. E. D. The right~hand side of (32) represents the value rate of profit, so that (32) shows that the greatest equilibrium growth rate cannot exceed the value rate of profit. Namely, growth is constrained in the value dimension. Note that (32) is a generalised formula subsuming (28), as seen from Proposition 8 and Theorem V. 6 of value, price and growth are seen to hold in Marx'5 economics.
Moreover, the maximum of the rate of depreciation is the rate of replacement, and the maximum of the rate of replacement is the rate of replacement in the world of value. If an economy in the state of simple reproduction with positive profit is contemplated, the rate of replacement is evaluated by l/Ti for fixed capital i. This sug~ gests that the value system is rather related to the zero-growth than to the zero-profit State of the economy. 42 This suggestion can be illustrated as follows. Take an economic variable xt representing the state of the Suppose that the actual locus of the economy economy, say output.
Holds, then the linear programming problem (10) has an optimum solution, and hence w! is unique and nonnegative. D. That is, M2 -value is related to the productiveness of the economy. Compare Ml-value with M2 -value, and one has: PROPOSI7ION 6. C. S. C. -. (i) Premultiply (10) by Lx i. e. C. C. D. As is seen from the above, Ml-value does not generally coindide with M2 -value in a von Neumann economy. The existence of M2 -value rests on the productiveness of the economy, but Ml-value is not related to it.
An Introduction to Differentiable Manifolds and Riemannian Geom. by W. Boothby