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Title :社会経済発展の初期局面と資本主義 : 本源的蓄積過程論を再構成するために
Title alternative :The Early Phase of Socio-economic Development and the Capitalism : Toward Reconstruction of the Standard Process of the Primitive Accumulation
Authors :高良, 倉成
Authors alternative :Takara, Kurashige
Issue Date :Feb-2020
Abstract :The paper reexamines the early phase of development process of nations with criticizing andreconstituting the concept of capitalism. In this paper, deriving from the concept of capital andcapitalism in line with J. Hicks and F. Braudel, capitalism is defined as the manner of activity ratherthan as the socio-economic system. This reconstitution of the concept of capitalism enables thispaper to get rid of a W. Sombart-like recognition framework(i. e. the notion of the transition fromfeudalism to capitalism)which has been prevailing in many socio-economic studies of the historicaldevelopment and the third world’s underdevelopment.With reference to K. Marx’s notion of ‘primitive accumulation’, I pick up issues which are requiredin the early phase of development process, not just as historical but also as structural process. Thoseare legalization of capital accumulation, weakening traditional rights in production, increasingdemand for manufacturing goods, sifting money fund and labour force from non- manufacturingsector to manufacturing sector, and arising share of capital-wage labour relations in nationalemployment shares. To clarify concrete aspects of standardized structural process, I connect thoseissues with several stylized facts, such as S. Kuznets’s inverted U-shape pattern of manufacturingshare and the U-shape pattern of specialization of manufacturing sectors. Moreover, I intertwinethose issues with inspections of the Lewis’s effect of transformation, the Kaldor’s law and theinternational convergence of productivity of manufacturing sectors. Finally, I point out that theexpansion of capital-wage labour relations must be delayed in latecomer countries, because of thetransformation is so quickly and capital-labour ratio is rising.
Type Local :紀要論文
ISSN :1345-3319
Publisher :琉球大学教育学部
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/45471
Citation :琉球大学教育学部紀要=Bulletin of Faculty of Education University of the Ryukyus no.96 p.35 -49
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