Capital as Power

Unbridgeable: Why Political Economists Cannot Accept Capital as Power

The theory of capital as power (CasP) is radically different from conventional political economy. In the conventional view, mainstream as well as heterodox, capital is seen a ‘real’ economic entity engaged in the production of goods and services, and capitalism …

Unbridgeable: Why Political Economists Cannot Accept Capital as Power

‘Growing through Sabotage: Energizing Hierarchical Power’

8Growing Through SabotageThe CasP project has identified numerous such paths of differential accumulation through strategic sabotage. A partial list of these paths includes higher unemployment that redistrib-utes income in favour of capitalists (Bichler and Nitzan 2014a); decelerating employment growth that …

‘Growing through Sabotage: Energizing Hierarchical Power’

Bichler/Nitzans “Capital of Power”

At first glance, it seems that Deleuze’s concept of structure involves a complex form of the so-called creorder, a term that appears at the forefront of the methodological findings of the economists Bichler/Nitzan. (Cf. Bichler/Nitzan 2009) If the structure is …

Bichler/Nitzans “Capital of Power”

Arms and Oil in the Middle East: A Biography of Research

Abstract or Brief Description This essay interweaves two stories—one theoretical and empirical, the other autobiographical. The first story embeds the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the broader political economy of the Middle East and the global accumulation of “capital as power.” The …

Arms and Oil in the Middle East: A Biography of Research

With their back to the future: will past earnings trigger the next crisis?

As these lines are being written (April 2018), the U.S. stock market is again in turmoil. After a two year bull run in which share prices soared by nearly 50 per cent, the market is suddenly dropping. Since the beginning …

With their back to the future: will past earnings trigger the next crisis?

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