Capitalism Solidarity

– Theory and statistics –

In this work the following hypothesis are postulated:

• Profit is the basis for capitalism ―considered as the system of economic merit.

• The laws governing the economic merit of the capitalist system are:

Decreasing marginal utility.
Increasing marginal effort.
Decreasing marginal yield.
Increasing marginal destruction.

• The distributive causality is capitalism → solidarity. Without profit there is no solidarity.

• Fiscal and currency-financial policies infringe upon distributive causality. It’s regressive consequences are significantly different.

Buenos Aires, July 2014.

Carlos A. Bondone

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