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Does Capitalism Have a Future?

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J. Calhoun, C. et al (2013). Does Capitalism Have a Future?. Oxford University Press.


Oxford University Press, 2013. 192 pages.

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p.106
eschatology »
the part of theology concerned with death, judg...
p.190
neoclassical economics »
a mainstream approach to economics focusing on ...
p.185
Neolithic »
(or Agricultural Revolution) the wide-scale tra...
p.180
caging effect »
when some human groups are forced into new, mor...
p.173
porto franco »
(Italian or Portuguese for "free port") a port ...
p.32
different varieties of populism
[...] fear leads to the search for political al...
p.13
financialization in Kondratieff B-phases
They can also, in part or in whole, transfer th...
p.10
the endless accumulation of capital
In my view, for a historical system to be consi...
p.7
capitalism is not a physical location
Capitalism is not a physical location like roya...
p.188
a connection between our hopes and our hypotheses
Are political hopes blurring our theoretical vi...

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The Next Big Turn
Collective Introduction

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The Next Big Turn
Collective Introduction

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Structural Crisis, or Why Capitalists May No Longer Find Capitalism Rewarding

when analysing a system like capitalism, you divide it into three moments:

  • the moment of coming into existence
  • the normal life
  • the moment of going out of existence (structural crisis)

he proposes that financialisation isn't just something that started happening in the 1970s - it's a longstanding practice in all Kondratieff B-phases (when profits decline sufficiently in a given industry)

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Structural Crisis, or Why Capitalists May No Longer Find Capitalism Rewarding

when analysing a system like capitalism, you divide it into three moments:

  • the moment of coming into existence
  • the normal life
  • the moment of going out of existence (structural crisis)

he proposes that financialisation isn't just something that started happening in the 1970s - it's a longstanding practice in all Kondratieff B-phases (when profits decline sufficiently in a given industry)

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Getting Real
Collective Conclusion

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Getting Real
Collective Conclusion

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