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The end of capitalism (as we knew it)

a feminist critique of political economy

by J. K. Gibson-Graham

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Published by University of Minnesota Press in Minneapolis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Capitalism,
  • Marxian economics,
  • Feminist economics

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJ.K. Gibson-Graham ; with a new introduction.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB501 .G447 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3407441M
    ISBN 100816648050
    LC Control Number2005023230


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Thinking a 17th century system, capitalism, can solve 21st century problems is similar to trying 17th century medical practice today, like bleeding people to death as treatment. A t the end of the celebrated film The Big Short, moments before the global financial crash, the audience is treated to a fleeting montage of party scenes and boozy banker selfies—all set to a flickering white noise, evocative of igniting tinder the final image fades, all that remains is the starkness of Haruki Murakami’s 1Q84 () quotation: “Everyone, deep in their.

That, in turn, started a process of economic change that brought an end to the feudal system and, some argue, triggered the rise of capitalism.

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My intention was, and remains to be, to explore the question of whether the global capitalist system is endangered by the combined social and ecological crises which capitalism itself has produced. Post-capitalism is a state in which the economic systems of the world can no longer be described as forms of s individuals and political ideologies The end of capitalism book speculated on what would define such a world.

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Capitalism at a Dead End explains that the economic crisis, which began in Augustmarked a turning point in the history of capitalism. This is more than just another severe capitalist crisis. The author contends that the system will not bounce back; it will not return to.

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J.K. Gibson-Graham mounts a sustained critique of the discursive coherence of capitalism. The End of Capitalism (As We Knew It) is a triumph. It is an exciting and thought-provoking book that is clearly written, witty and incisive.

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In Seventeen Contradictions and the End of Capitalism, the eminent scholar David Harvey, author of A Short-term Historic previous of Neoliberalism, examines the internal contradictions inside the stream of capital which have precipitated present crises.

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