9 edition of Capitalism in contention found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 237-245) and index.
|Statement||Jonathan Boswell and James Peters.|
|Contributions||Peters, James, 1966-|
|LC Classifications||HC256.5 .B58 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 251 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||251|
|ISBN 10||0521582253, 0521588049|
|LC Control Number||97008959|
The impetus of the book is a critique of Max Weber’s account of capitalism, especially his notion of capitalism’s role in ‘the disenchantment of the world’. In grand, declarative prose not unlike a sermon (a register which defines the book’s character), McCarraher outlines this typical story: ‘Once upon a time, the world was enchanted. It seems like just the right book to give a market skeptic. "You have doubts about capitalism? Read this." After years of interacting with students in an urban business-school environment, DiLorenzo knows precisely what are the main points of contention.
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Schumpeter's contention that the seeds of capitalism's decline were internal, and his equal and opposite hostility to centralist socialism have perplexed, engaged and infuriated readers since the book's first publication in Cited by: Capitalism: The Basics is an accessible introduction to a variety of capitalisms and explores key topics such as: the history of major capitalist economies; the central role played by both states and markets in the global economy; the impact of capitalism Author: David Coates.
Bohle and Greskovits also describe the political contention over such arrangements in Romania, Bulgaria, and Croatia. A highly original and theoretically sophisticated typology of capitalism in postsocialist Europe, this book is unique in the breadth and depth of its conceptually coherent and empirically rich comparative analysis/5(4).
Publisher Synopsis The reach of capitalism is increasing, impacting on more and more people. As recent events have shown, capitalism is a dynamic system prone to crises.
David Coates has produced a concise, yet comprehensive account of capitalism, providing key insights into its origins, dynamism, consequences, and possible trajectory. Schumpeter's contention that the seeds of capitalism's decline were internal, and his equal and opposite hostility to centralist socialism have perplexed, engaged and infuriated readers since the book's publication.
The book comprises thirteen chapters written by leading experts in the field. It is written in an accessible style and engages with current debates about the place of.
Schumpeter's contention that the seeds of capitalism's decline were internal, and his equal and opposite hostility to centralist socialism have perplexed, engaged and infuriated readers since the book's first publication in Capitalism is seen as just one stage in the evolution of the economic system.
Normative Marxism advocates for a revolutionary overthrow of capitalism that would lead to socialism, before eventually transforming into communism after class antagonisms and the state cease to exist.
Capitalism: The Basics is an accessible introduction to a variety of capitalisms and explores key topics such as: the history of major capitalist economies; the central role played by both states and markets in the global economy; the impact of capitalism on wages, workers and welfare.
Capitalism Is Killing Us In their new book, Anne Case and Angus Deaton argue that suicides, overdoses, and income inequality are consequences of capitalism. Contention. Authoritarian capitalism is a political-economic model that has faced a variety of criticism to various facets of its nature, both around the ability of capitalism to coexist effectively with authoritarian; and more general criticisms towards authoritarian modes of government.
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Taming the capitalist beast turns out to be as tricky in China as it is in the west. China illustrates on an epic scale a fundamental truth about the capitalist system it embraced in under. Capitalism is a social system that unleashes the power of the human mind by protecting the individual’s right to life, liberty, property, and the pursuit of happiness.
Capitalism is the social system of the Enlightenment, founded on a philosophy based on reason, egoism, and freedom. The term capitalism (from the Latin word capta, meaning “head”) is used here in the broader.
Capitalism & Contention. likes 8 talking about this. This is the Facebook page for the Capitalism & Contention conference, which will take place at. Another aspect of modern capitalism is the inalienable rights of the human, which we also find delineated in the novel.
Locke has established the concept of human rights on a philosophical basis through his Two Treatises on Government. Book Reviews / Capitalism in Contention: Business Leaders and Political Economy in Moder Britain. By Jonathan Boswell and James Peters.
New York: Cambridge University Press, xiii + pp. Appendices, notes, bibliography, and index. Cloth, $ ISBN ; paper, $ ISBN In his new book, Ecology and Socialism, he not only refutes the corporate claims that they care about the environment and are working on halting its devastation; he argues that capitalism is the cause of the bulk of that devastation.
Operating from a well-reasoned hypothesis that (put simply) because capitalism needs to expand it can not halt. Capitalism: The Basics is an accessible introduction to a variety of capitalisms and explores key topics such as: the history of major capitalist economies; the central role played by both states and markets in the global economy; the impact of capitalism on wages, workers and welfare; approaches to the analysis of capitalism, and choices for.
Is capitalism compatible with democracy? 3 1 3 of economic systems has been clearly won. Yet capitalism, used in singular form, conceals the differences in the “varieties of capitalism” (Hall and Soskice ).2 China’s state capitalism, the Anglo-Saxon neoliberal strand of capitalism.
The Roots of Capitalism, a book by John Chamberlain Tuesday, Septem John Chamberlain. Economics Capitalism Competition Property Choice Labor Political Theory These references mock Robert Heilbroner’s recent contention that much of England in Smith’s day was “a dog’s hole.” On one page Smith speaks of “that stunted.Scholars don’t always agree on a single definition of capitalism.
For our purposes, we will define capitalism as an economic system in which there is private ownership (as opposed to state ownership) and where there is an impetus to produce profit, and thereby wealth. This is the type of economy in place in the United States today.