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‘Τhe end of the globalization myth and the continuing importance of imperialist rivalries’, S.Mavroudeas – Peking University, School of Marxism — Stavros Mavroudeas Blog

I just returned from Beijing where I participated in the International Symposium ‘Modern China and the modernization of Developing Countries’, organized by the School of Marxism of the Peking University (12-13 October 2019). I presented a paper titled ‘Τhe end of the globalization myth and the continuing importance of imperialist rivalries’. An expanded version of […]

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A global manufacturing recession — Michael Roberts Blog

As we enter October, the global recession is with us – in manufacturing. The PMI manufacturing activity indexes for most of the major economies are below 50, the threshold for expansion or contraction. These are only surveys of corporate managers asking them about production, sales, employment etc. But PMIs have been reasonably accurate indicators of […]

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La hipótesis de la financiarización y el marxismo: ¿una contribución positiva o un caballo de Troya?”: Stavros Mavroudeas — Stavros Mavroudeas Blog

Traducción Española https://indignadoseconomia.wordpress.com/2019/01/12/la-hipotesis-de-la-financiarizacion-y-el-marxismo-una-contribucion-positiva-o-un-caballo-de-troya-stavros-mavroudeas/ “La hipótesis de la financiarización y el marxismo: ¿una contribución positiva o un caballo de Troya?”: Stavros Mavroudeas 12 enero, 2019 ~ sankarathomas Introducción La Hipótesis de la Financialización (FH) es un argumento popular en la economía heterodoxa contemporánea, la economía política marxista, pero también en la […]

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An interview with Bryan and Rafferty and the fallacies of ‘financialisationism’: Some comments by Stavros Mavroudeas — Stavros Mavroudeas Blog

An interview with Bryan and Rafferty and the fallacies of ‘financialisationism’: Some comments by Stavros Mavroudeas Recently, I came across an interview with Dick Bryan and Mike Rafferty for the JACOBIN magazine. The interview concerns their analysis of financialisation and it can be accessed in the following web-address: https://jacobinmag.com/2019/07/financialization-capitalism-with-derivatives-australia. The interview has the telling title […]

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Chesnais sobre productividad, ¿PTF o enfoque marxista? — Rolando Astarita [Blog]

Por estos días leí el escrito de François Chesnais “De nuevo sobre el impasse económico histórico del capitalismo mundial”, publicado originariamente en http://alencontre.org/economie/, traducido al castellano y publicado por Viento Sur. Como bien dice Viento Sur, François Chesnais es economista y autor de una larga relación de obras y artículos sobre el capitalismo financiarizado. Agrego […]

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Global slump: the trade and technology trigger — Michael Roberts Blog

Despite all the optimistic talk by President Trump about the state of the US economy, the latest data on economic activity and industrial production suggest that America is joining Europe and Japan in a sharp slowdown as we enter the second half of 2019. And this is at a time when the trade and technology […]

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Keynes: socialist, liberal or conservative? — Michael Roberts Blog

James Crotty is emeritus professor of economics at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Along with his colleague Sam Bowles, he is one of the few radical heterodox economists to gain tenure at a leading American university. Crotty’s main contribution to economics has been to try and synthesise Marx and Keynes. This ended up with Crotty […]

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