6 edition of Turbulence and New Directions in Global Political Economy (International Political Economy) found in the catalog.
February 8, 2003 by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English
|Contributions||James Busumtwi-Sam (Editor), Laurent Dobuzinskis (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
Bringing together the latest work from a leading team of social theorists, this volume will be of interest to sociologists, social and political theorists, anthropologists and philosophers. The other side of the story, workers getting hired and firms starting up and expanding, is not as visible. In turn, even if it is true that solidarity economy promotes territorial development, it cannot be forgotten that the way in which it does so is under the paradigm of wealth distribution rather than capital accumulation. Yet, international financial markets grew principally out of the requirements of multinational corporations.
As dollar devaluation drove up costs in Germany and Japan, so it pushed down sales and profit rates. Is the shuffling of jobs across firms and workers across jobs efficient? The following chapters explain the basic results in much more detail. In March the following year, over a million migrant workers took to the streets of the US, protesting against the Border Protection, Anti-Terrorism and Illegal Immigration Control Act, demanding legalisation. Since this may at first sound like traditional falling rate of profit theories of crisis, it may be useful to explicate what Brenner is up to by way of contrast.
We were creating axes of struggle capable of bringing together the local and the global, the long and short term, as well as diversity and unity. In Venezuela, the Brazilian experience has inspired the ongoing organisation of a network of community banks that issue local currencies. However, whilst Murray and Fumagali come from almost opposite ends of the political spectrum, what they share in common is a belief in the implementability of the basic income — at least on a national or regional level. While stories point out the successes and traumas for individual businesses and in individual lives, decisions need to be based on facts. For this reason and others, there is a correlation between the rate capital accumulation and the growth rate of labor productivity.
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The cozy assumptions of free market economics have taken a thrashing. To start with, not much is known about the relationship between economic turbulence and economic growth. And the onset of a global state of exception, with the suspension of legal rights supposedly, and paradoxically, in order to defend themin the name of counter-terrorism certainly represents a particularly worrying turn.
If we take the case of the world auto industry, for example, we find that overcapacity is at least 30 percent—which equals a potential output of twenty-three million cars per year. For example, by stipulating a fixed amount of credit that any individual can have at all times; this stops inflation, but keeps the volume of the economy always at the same level.
The articulation of demands such as the right to legalisation necessarily implies a recognition that the global border regime is resisted, as well as lending Turbulence and New Directions in Global Political Economy book resistance political and practical support.
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As a result, a relatively stagnant world capitalism also becomes increasingly susceptible to great financial crises, be these on stock, real estate, or currency markets.
This text may be used and shared in accordance with the fair-use provisions of U. More than twenty years ago, Brenner shook up the way historical materialists look at the epochal transition from feudalism to capitalism with a deeply original and innovative thesis. New jobs are constantly created, new firms replace old, and the American economic model is the one adopted around the world.
And it represents a different sort of spatial displacement, one where currency revaluations are used to make other national economies bear the brunt of the contradictions of the world economy. I should emphasize that these are not mutually exclusive strategies.
In this case, currency is considered a common good which is put to its proper use when generating trade. It uses new information to go beyond anecdotes and establish some facts about economic turbulence and its impact on things that people, and their politicians, worry about: firm survival, worker job ladders and career paths, and the future of middle-class incomes.
Yet radical analysis lags behind events. In Argentina, for example, after an initial explosion in the number of barter groups with their own local currencies — which at one point reached over two million participants and some surveys suggest three to five million — these networks quickly declined in size again.
It is the material base of the network revolution. However, while these collaborative networks were crucial, we had not understood their full potential. Within a matter of months, the crisis in Thailand had engulfed East Asia.
The long downturn is explained by Brenner as a consequence of increased competition and overcapacity in the global economy after the s. Technologies such as free software and organic agriculture began being employed, developed and shared across these networks.
A rising tide has lifted all boats in the high-skilled, high-tech industries. In Mexico, a system of exchange has been developed where social currencies are no longer issued on paper, but registered as electronic credit on smart cards that allow for the transactions to take place through networks of data communication.
Among the main risks run by solidarity economy today, two are: the little understanding that progressive social forces have of it; and the incursions capitalistic forces have been making around the notion of solidarity, attaching it to the idea of social responsibility.Kathryn C.
Lavelle Ellen and Dixon Long Professor Global Fellow Interests Political Economy of Finance: Congress and international economic policy; “Stock Markets and States” in James Busumtwi-Sam and Laurent Dobuzinskis (eds.) Turbulence and New Directions in Global Political Economy, Palgrave/Macmillan,pp.
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