This  paper  assesses  the  internal  consistence  of  four  viewsof  Marx’s  theory  of  value,  the ‘traditional Marxism’ associated with Dobb, Meek and Sweezy,
Sraffian interpretations of Marx, value-form theory (especially the Rubin tradition) and the ‘new interpretation’ of value theory. On the basis of a critique of these approaches, a class interpretation of this theory is outlined, in which  value  theory  is  structured  in  and  through  the  primacy  of class  relations  in  capitalism.

Is Marx's Theory of Value Still Relevant?

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