Profit & Interest

Part Five: The Division of Profit into Interest and Profit of Enterprise

Marx argues that when interest-bearing capital is separated from productive capital a division is introduced between the share of SV accruing to money-capital, interest and the profits that remain to productive capital after the payment of interest, that appear as the ‘profits of enterprise’.

Thus it comes to appear that capital generates interest, so that profit is completely divorced from production.

Chapter 21 – Interest-Bearing Capital

 

Chapter 22 – Division of Profit. Rate of Interest. ‘Natural’ Rate of Interest

 

Chapter 23 – Interest and Profit of Enterprise

 

Chapter 24 – Interest-Bearing Capital as the Superficial Form of the Capital Relation

 

Chapter 25 – Credit and Fictitious Capital

 

Chapter 26 – Accumulation of Money Capital and its Influence on the Rate of Interest

 

Chapter 27 – The Role of Credit in Capitalist Production

 

Chapter 28 – Means of Circulation and Capital. The Views of Tooke and Fullarton

 

Chapter 29 – Banking Capital’s Component Parts

 

Chapter 30 – Money Capital and Real Capital: I

 

Chapter 31 – Money Capital and Real Capital: II

 

Chapter 32 – Money Capital and Real Capital: III

 

Chapter 33 – The Means of Circulation under the Credit System

 

Chapter 34 – The Currency Principle and the English Bank Legislation of 1844

 

Chapter 35 – Precious Metal and the Rate of Exchange

 

Chapter 36 – Pre-Capitalist Relations

 

 

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