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Is Capitalism Working

Author : Jacob Field
ISBN : 0500293678
Genre : Capitalism
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This engaging and accessible volume in the "Big Idea" series lays out the history of capitalism, exploring its successes and failures.
Category: Capitalism

Why Capitalism Works And Government Doesn T

Author : EW Dedelow
ISBN : 1438973705
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book will revolutionize economics. Do not expect an easy read. Physics was not easy, chemistry was not easy and neither will be the science of economics. This book discloses that economics is not a philosophy, but like all science, it is a subject of mathematics. And, if we truly understand what is happening in the economy, how much easier will it be to control our own future. It displays an entirely different approach to solving the problems and understanding the functions of an economy. The author uses mathematics to create economic theory. Economists spend too much time gathering data and then trying to draw some rational conclusion from the information. But, the same information produces different results that are dependent on the researcher’s political or ideological bent. Like a dog chasing its tail these economists go round and round telling each other that he or she knows how an economy should be handled. Millions have died and billions have suffered as a result of their failed wisdom. And, so it shall continue until everyone can first start with mathematically based theory and logic. "Why Capitalism Works and Government Doesn’t" is written in text book fashion. As with all text books, the reader should plan additional time when necessary to read and re-read the passages. If the reader is patient, he/she will be rewarded with a clear understanding of the logic and mathematics that the book presents. Freedom and Capitalism are inseparable. By supporting one, we support them both, by opposing one, we oppose both. "Why Capitalism Works and Government Doesn't" provides the understanding needed to win the war of ideas and provide a basis for freedom to exist for millenniums.
Category: Business & Economics

The Origins Of Industrial Capitalism In India

Author : Rajnarayan Chandavarkar
ISBN : 0521525950
Genre : History
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The first major study of the relationship between labour and capital in India's economic development in the early twentieth-century. The author considers the spread of capitalism and the growth of the cotton textile industry.
Category: History

Working Within Two Kinds Of Capitalism

Author : Irene Lynch-Fannon
ISBN : 9781847311481
Genre : Law
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This text compares the corporate governance structures of the US quoted company and its European equivalent and the role which employees as non-shareholding stakeholders hold within those structures. It focuses on the incidents of ownership normally exercised by stakeholders and raises questions regarding different responses to the issue of mandated labour market regulation on both sides of the Atlantic. The text considers theoretical and practical issues raised in this context.
Category: Law

State Capitalism And Working Class Radicalism In The French Aircraft Industry

Author : Herrick Chapman
ISBN : 0520071255
Genre : History
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"Using the example of the aircraft industry, which takes him like an arrow to the heart of many of the key conflicts in French life between 1936 and 1948, Herrick Chapman has written a penetrating and exceptionally well documented account of the way that France developed her present style of industrial relations, in which the state plays such a central role. No book I know so successfully integrates the history of aviation . . . with the political and social history of France. Both thorough and thoughtful, it is an impressive achievement."--Robert Wohl, University of California, Los Angeles "An unusual, innovative book based on impressive research that throws new light in a major way on twentieth-century French politics and society . . . one of the most interesting and original monographs in modern French history in a long time."--Robert O. Paxton, Columbia University "This is a breakthrough of considerable importance. [Chapman] will become the leading North American, perhaps even English-speaking, historian of contemporary France."--George Ross, Brandeis University
Category: History

The Social Studies Curriculum

Author : E. Wayne Ross
ISBN : 9780791481042
Genre : Education
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This updated third edition contains new chapters on important issues—including race, gender, sexuality, and multiculturalism—affecting social studies education.
Category: Education

Capitalism And Social Democracy

Author : Adam Przeworski
ISBN : 0521336562
Genre : Philosophy
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This is a study of the choices faced by socialist movements as they developed within capitalist societies. Professor Przeworski examines the three principal choices confronted by socialism: whether to work through elections; whether to rely exclusively on the working class; and whether to try to reform or abolish capitalism. He brings to his analysis a number of abstract models of political and economic structure, and illustrates the issues in the context of historical events, tracing the development of socialist strategies since the mid-nineteenth century. Several of the conclusions are novel and provocative. Professor Przeworski argues that economic issues cannot justify a socialist programme, and that the workers had good reasons to struggle for the improvement of capitalism. Therefore, the project of a socialist transformation, and the fight for economic advancement, were separate historical phenomena.
Category: Philosophy

Working Aesthetics

Author : Danielle Child
ISBN : 9781350022379
Genre : Philosophy
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Working Aesthetics is about the relationship between art and work under contemporary capitalism. Whilst labour used to be regarded as an unattractive subject for art, the proximity of work to everyday life has subsequently narrowed the gap between work and art. The artist is no longer considered apart from the economic, but is heralded as an example of how to work in neoliberal management textbooks. As work and life become obscured within the contemporary period, this book asks how artistic practice is affected, including those who labour for artists. Through a series of case studies, Working Aesthetics critically examines the moments in which labour and art intersect under capitalism. When did labour disappear from art production, or accounts of art history? Can we consider the dematerialization of art in the 1960s in relation to the deskilling of work? And how has neoliberal management theory adopting the artist as model worker affected artistic practices in the 21st century? With the narrowing of work and art visible in galleries and art discourse today, Working Aesthetics takes a step back to ask why labour has become a valid subject for contemporary art, and explores what this means for aesthetic culture today.
Category: Philosophy

Ideologies Of Caring

Author : Gillian Dalley
ISBN : 9781349247332
Genre : Caregivers
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Category: Caregivers

The Triumph Of Improvisation

Author : James Wilson
ISBN : 9780801470219
Genre : Political Science
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In The Triumph of Improvisation, James Graham Wilson takes a long view of the end of the Cold War, from the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in December 1979 to Operation Desert Storm in January 1991. Drawing on deep archival research and recently declassified papers, Wilson argues that adaptation, improvisation, and engagement by individuals in positions of power ended the specter of a nuclear holocaust. Amid ambivalence and uncertainty, Mikhail Gorbachev, Ronald Reagan, George Shultz, and George H. W. Bush—and a host of other actors—engaged with adversaries and adapted to a rapidly changing international environment and information age in which global capitalism recovered as command economies failed. Eschewing the notion of a coherent grand strategy to end the Cold War, Wilson paints a vivid portrait of how leaders made choices; some made poor choices while others reacted prudently, imaginatively, and courageously to events they did not foresee. A book about the burdens of responsibility, the obstacles of domestic politics, and the human qualities of leadership, The Triumph of Improvisation concludes with a chapter describing how George H. W. Bush oversaw the construction of a new configuration of power after the fall of the Berlin Wall, one that resolved the fundamental components of the Cold War on Washington’s terms.
Category: Political Science