political economy

The Tragedy of Human Development. A Genealogy of Capital as Power

This book explores the idea of human development as a tragedy from the perspective of capitalist power. Although the argument of this book draws heavily on critical political economy, the analysis considers interdisciplinary literature in an effort to explore how …

The Tragedy of Human Development. A Genealogy of 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

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