The increasing transformation problem

From: Ernesto Screpanti (screpanti@UNISI.IT)
Date: Thu Jun 05 2003 - 08:39:53 EDT


When the organic composition of capital is not uniform, production prices
are different from labour values.
Is it possible to say that the greater the dispersion of organic
compositions the higher the differences between prices and labour values.
In other words: is it true that the price-value differences are an
increasing function of the differences between the actual and the average
organic composition of capital?

My intuitive answer is Yes. But I do not trust intuition so much.

Does anybody know if that proposition was proved by somebody?


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