The Capitalist State And Its Economy; Democracy In Socialism
In: THE CAPITALIST STATE AND ITS ECONOMY; DEMOCRACY IN SOCIALISM
The volume addresses the role of the capitalist state by focusing on the introduction of the welfare state, the drive via taxation to have indigenous populations work as wage-laborers, the nation-state's and capital's relationship to labor, and understanding conceptually the placement of institutions. The volume continues by addressing price and technical choice in capitalism, including the importance of abstract labor and the empirical relation between technical choice and profit rates. Economic democracy within socialism is also addressed, while the concluding chapter develops an understanding of the class determination of knowledge itself.
|This chapter was published in: Paul Zarembka (ed.) THE CAPITALIST STATE AND ITS ECONOMY; DEMOCRACY IN SOCIALISM, Paul Zarembka, pages 317, 2005.|
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