Surplus-value definition

The difference between the value of the product produced by labor and the actual price of labor as paid out in wages in Marxian analysis of capitalism.
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In Marxist economics, the amount by which the value of the worker's product exceeds the wage the worker is paid, viewed as the source of capitalist profit.
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The part of the new value made by production that is taken by enterprises as generic gross profit.
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Noun

Singular:
surplus-value
Plural:
surplus values