Richard D. Wolff joined Fox Business on July 31st, 2017 to debate with Stuart Varney about socialism, capitalism and taxes.
The sixth annual Historical Materialism Sydney conference on new Marxist research will be held at The University of Sydney New Law Building on Thursday 7th and Friday 8th December, 2017. This year the conference will feature a keynote by Jason W. Moore, Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Binghamton University, and Coordinator of the World-Ecology Research … More Historical Materialism Sydney 2017 – Capital and the Revolt Against Capitalism
Edited by Ajamu Nangwaya & Michael Truscello. From AK Press: Even mainstream media like the New York Times and The Economist have recently posed the question: Why don’t the poor rise up?, uneasily amazed that capitalism hasn’t met with greater resistance. In the context of unparalleled global wealth disparity, ecological catastrophe, and myriad forms of structural oppression, this vibrant … More New Book: Why Don’t the Poor Rise Up? – Organizing the Twenty-First Century Resistance
Dates of Event: 19th September 2017 – 20th September 2017 Last Booking Date for this Event: 20th September 2017 Description: 19th September: 1100-2000hrs | 20th September: 1000-1600hrs International conference sponsored by Department of European and International Studies, King’s College London, and thenextrecession.wordpress.com blog. Karl Marx published the first volume of his life work, Capital: A Critique of Political Economy, in September 1867. Together … More Capital 150: Marx’s Capital Today – King’s College
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Call For Papers: The 4th Biennial Conference of the Network for the Critical Study of Global Capitalism (NCSGC) November 1-3, 2017 La Habana, Cuba In today’s global political economy, we are witnessing a new era of integration and inequality, which is playing out through particular…
David Harvey, one of the most influential figures in geography and urban studies, and among the most cited intellectuals of all time across the humanities and social sciences, delivered a featured lecture, “Marx, Capital and the Madness of Economic Reason,” at the 2017 AAG Annual Meeting.
This is my short response to William I. Robinson’s post here and Fred Magdoff’s note in the comment section of that post: While I generally agree with Robinson’s and Magdoff’s analyses, what is absent, specifically with respect to Robinson’s discussion, is a concrete assessment of the acute variables that measure the degree to which national … More Capitalism is national & transnational, but what about the money?