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Crisis, inequalities and poverty


In ‘Crisis, Inequalities and Poverty’, Schettino and Clementi provide an empirical and theoretical analysis of the economic breakdown that has characterised the last two decades of capitalist development – from the Lehman collapse to the Covid-19 pandemic – with a particular focus on the impact on poverty and inequality. The book provides a materialist account of the current global crisis of overproduction and looks at the link between capitalist crisis and systemic inequity, making the case through detailed quantification that the principal engine of these structural phenomena is in fact the general law of accumulation of the capitalist mode of production.

Artikelnummer: 42675 Categorie: Tag:
Subtitel: The structural inequities of capitalism, from Lehman Brothers to COVID-19
Auteur: Schettino, Francesco & Fabio Clementi & Bethan Bowett
Jaar: 2022
ISBN: 9789004514423
Pagina's: 204
Taal: English
Uitgever: Brill
Uitgever stad: Bedfordshire
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