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Is capitalism obsolete?
Giacomo G. Corneo
Written in English
Is there a feasible and desirable alternative to capitalism? Challenging capitalism has been somewhat taboo for academic economists since the collapse of communism. And yet it remains a hot question, not just because nine years after the outbreak of the financial crisis, unemployment is still ravaging entire societies, but also because the long-term prospects of capitalism are no longer as bright as they used to be. As Thomas Piketty warns in Capital in the Twenty-First Century, we have cause to fear the resurgence of a kind of rentiers" society, where economic and political power are concentrated in the hands of a small minority of rich heirs. Is Capitalism Obsolete? provides a refreshing overview of possible alternatives to capitalism and offers a recipe for improving the human lot. Given the necessity of identifying viable alternatives, Is Capitalism Obsolete? provides an intellectual tour of various proposed economic systems in which production and consumption obey non-capitalistic rules, from Plato"s Republic of Philosophers to the Christian-Social State of the Jesuits in Paraguay, and on through Morus"s Utopia, anarchic communism, central planning, self-management, market socialism, and the notion of the stakeholder society. Clearly, capitalism is not without alternatives. But along with the promises of various systems, daunting problems arise when the basic institutions of capitalism--markets and private property--are suppressed. The traditional counterproposals to capitalism fail to pass a test of economic feasibility despite the shortcomings of today"s capitalism. Corneo arrives at a proposal to gradually transform capitalism into a system that will better share prosperity and foster democratic participation.--
|Statement||Giacomo Corneo ; translated by Daniel Steuer|
|Contributions||Steuer, Daniel, translator|
|LC Classifications||HB90 .C67 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 304 pages|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||2016057809|
Preface by Obsolete Capitalism. The interview with Lapo Berti that follows was originally part of the collective volume Money, Revolution and Philosophy of the Future. Nietzsche and the Accelerationist politics in Deleuze, Foucault, Guattari and Klossowski that will be. Prof. Corneo introduces his book "Is Capitalism Obsolete? - A Journey through Alternative Economic Systems". The event takes place at Birkbeck, University of .
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Is Capitalism Obsolete. begins when the daughter’s angry complaints prompt her father to reply that capitalism cannot responsibly be abolished without an alternative in mind. He invites her on a tour of tried and proposed economic systems in which. Download Is Capitalism Obsolete in PDF and EPUB Formats for free.
Is Capitalism Obsolete Book also available for Read Online, mobi, docx and mobile and kindle reading. “Is Capitalism Obsolete. is an important book, containing a sober, economically sophisticated analysis of the socialist alternatives to advanced capitalism. Timely, smart, and written in a popular vein, Corneo’s work will attract an audience as wide as the questions it seeks to answer.”/5(3).
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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 have speculated on what would define such a world.
According to some classical Marxist and some social evolutionary theories, post-capitalist societies may come about as a result of spontaneous evolution as capitalism becomes obsolete.
Translated by: Daniel Steuer Publishers: Harvard University Press ISBN: Book Review by: Jayati Ghosh It’s fairly obvious to almost everyone now that global capitalism as a system has run out of steam, that it has created unequal societies with unjust outcomes that are increasingly also seen as unacceptable by people across the world, and that it is simply.
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Get this from a library. Is capitalism obsolete?: a journey through alternative economic systems. [Giacomo G Corneo; Daniel Steuer] -- Is there a feasible and desirable alternative to capitalism.
Challenging capitalism has been somewhat taboo for academic economists since the collapse of communism. And yet it remains a hot question. Capitalism is as obsolete today as feudalism was yesterday, as tribalism was before that, and as the law of the jungle was before all that.
It is as incapable of addressing the existential threats we face now as a bicycle is of taking you to the moon. (Now. Capitalism is increasingly unpopular, especially in Europe.
This intriguing book opens and closes with a spirited dialogue between a young woman skeptical of capitalism and her father, Corneo, an economist who is keeping the faith, albeit not without reservations.
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Translated by: Daniel Steuer Publishers: Harvard University Press ISBN: Book Review by: Jayati Ghosh It’s fairly obvious to almost everyone now that global capitalism as a system has run out of steam, that it has.
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Since the seventies, it is possible to trace a deep intellectual and political convergence between Deleuze and Bur-roughs.
This has happened across three .