An Analysis of CAPITAL：There was no necessity for communisｍ
Karl Marx preaches inevitable triumph of communist society with the eventual fall of capitalist society in Des Capital. But with retrospect as we observe advanced Western countries and Japanese society, the prediction does not seem to come true. Did Capital include theoretical defects? Such a question arose in my mind and did not leave my mind. This is the motivation that made me begin the analysis of Capital.
As I engage in the finance business usually, there will be many analysis and statements from the point of view of accounting theory. It will also be a peculiarity of this book.
This work is divided into the First Section and Second Section. In First Section, I showed that there is not inevitability to communism. In Second Section, I point out that between communist society and capitalist society there are more similarities than differences.
I would be most happy to receive opinions and views from various kinds of readers.
First of all, Please refer to (table 8), and you'll probably hope to read this thesis.
[About the Author]
Masaharu Ejima is an author of Analysis of Capital and Practical Non-Profit Accounting. He was born in Anshan, People's Republic of China (formerly Manchuria) in 1946 and was raised in Saga prefecture, Japan. After his graduation from the Faculty of Economics at Tohoku University, he worked as an accountant at several non-profit and corporate accounting firms. His perspective on economics is unique and insightful coming from his background as a practicing accountant. After his retirement in 2007, he enjoys travelling around the world and records his adventure in his blog.