La propiedad de los medios de trabajo y producción; una clave para proponer salidas a la crisis económica contemporánea
[The property of labor and production’s means, a key for real solutions to the actual economic crisis]
AbstractIn this paper we propose to understand the present economic crisis looking to the disequilibria created by the capital accumulation in deregulated conditions. The concentration and centralization of value, produced by this process, establish a misbalanced development of society, disabling its capacity to optimize the common wealth with the existing resources. The proposed solutions from the conventional economics do not pose a revision of the conditions that are generating the high degrees of capital and income’s concentration; rather, some, are oriented to its accretion, while others ignoring it, cause inefficient solutions. We present the two main thrusts of solution to the crisis’ proposals made from the Economy perspective, and we discuss it from the point of view offered by the Political Economy; so we are able to suggest a new direction on this proposal that considers the revision and modification of the balance between private and public property, communal property, small and medium ownership as a means to fully address the present economic crisis.
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Date of creation: Jun 2010
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Economía política; Soluciones; Crisis económica; Acumulación de capital; Concentración de capital; centralización del capital;
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