Neoliberalism In Crisis, Accumulation, And Rosa Luxemburg'S Legacy
In: NEOLIBERALISM IN CRISIS, ACCUMULATION, AND ROSA LUXEMBURG'S LEGACY
AbstractThis volume explores overlapping themes in radical political economy. The first section looks at the disciplinary role of capital under neoliberalism through an examination of official development policies of the US government and the World Bank, labour restructuring in Argentina, the tenuous nature of global finance, and cultural dimensions of bourgeois ideology. The second section examines, theoretically, accumulation of capital and finance and, empirically, the relation of values to prices. The third section focuses, both theoretically and biographically, on the legacy of one of the most important Marxists of all time: Rosa Luxemburg.
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This chapter was published in: Paul Zarembka (ed.) NEOLIBERALISM IN CRISIS, ACCUMULATION, AND ROSA LUXEMBURG'S LEGACY, Paul Zarembka, pages 298, 2004.
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