Production subsystem, Enterprise functional strata models - System theory and system analysis

Production subsystem

Enterprise Stratum Model

Let's consider the processes occurring in block 1 in Fig. 7.8.

We note first of all that, since according to (7.206), the performance of 1 g blocks is determined by the whole set of parameters of the macroeconomic model, then an increase in productivity of the productive sphere by autonomous efforts of the sphere itself is possible only to the limiting value corresponding to (7.20a) for τ λ = 0 (Figure 7.10).

Fig. 7.10

From Fig. 7.10 also it follows that as the turnover 1 X decreases, the exchange value H x = I Xjj of the product is constantly increasing, so that the maximum production capacity N x = Ι χ I, account for

(7.22)

where the maximum profitability of production is ensured. But since in a balanced economy x2sb = t 1 cb & gt; then τΐοπτ & lt; & lt; x1c6, i.e. the producers of goods are always interested in breaking the economic balance towards N lonT & lt; N c6 due to the decrease of t1cb to x1opt.

If they succeed in this, and nothing has changed in the sphere of consumption and in the financial sphere, the economy becomes proficient with all the consequences described above, including inflation and the flight of investments abroad, because under these conditions, I, & lt; H2.

The value (exchange) is composed of the cost price and surplus value. The first is expressed by the sum of the values ​​of raw materials, components and all types of physical and mental labor, i.e. the sum of the cost of resources invested in the goods. The second has a purely market origin and is not directly related to the cost price. It represents a trade mark-up to the prime cost, which (premium) to the owners of the goods (they are owners of production) can be defended in the fight against consumers.

These values ​​are expressed in terms of the calibrated time spent (resistance to turnover):

(7.23)

where the real meaning of labor costs is only xc.

There is no understatement of TC in favor of τ (which K. Marx insisted on) can not really be, for then the workers will simply die out. Therefore, capitalists really overestimate capitalism at the expense of τπρ, without affecting ts, and the social injustice of capitalism consists not in underpayment for labor, but in the fact that most of the xpr increases the owner's capital instead of increasing the workers' wages in excess of their direct labor costs.

In this case

(7.24)

where the value of the commodity is composed of the cost price H (in bits) and surplus value I] pr

Actually, by strikes and strikes, the workers still achieve that part of the Δτρ of the market income τρ goes to the worker, so

(7.25)

where Я1пр + ДЯ1р = Нр represents the market income, Я3 = Я1с + АЯ1р - represents the real salary, and ΔΗ1ρ is the object of the class struggle.

Therefore, the higher salary of a Western worker compared to the Russian salary, other things being equal, means a higher level of social justice for Western capitalism than Russia's.

At the same time, H = J 1 /n v where J, is the resources (in rubles) spent per unit of the value of the goods (in bits), and - the resource-intensive ^ of the goods (rub/bit). Therefore, the surplus value overstates the real value of the ruble value of resources and underestimates the ruble value of the bit of production in comparison with the real values.

In the transitional regime, for example, when developing new products, H is added H L1 = L1d71/dt, where H [l - the rigidity of production, so that Hj = H + H LV

In the statics H = H ', and L, - contains the inertia reserve (in bits ∙ rub)

(7.26)

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