4 edition of The Limits of Capitalism found in the catalog.
February 3, 2001
by Zed Books
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||192|
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Heilbroner, Robert L. Limits of American capitalism. New York, Harper & Row  (OCoLC) Compare book prices from over , booksellers. Find The Limits of American Capitalism (X) by Heilbroner, Robert L/5(6).
Nevertheless it is an incomplete picture because it lacks a description of the the bio-physical dimensions of surveillance capitalism and how these additional dimensions are intertwined with the limits to economic growth. What she calls surveillance capitalism is a massive call on energy resources in an era of dwindling and unreliable energy. Weighing In: Obesity, Food Justice, and the Limits of Capitalism. By Julie Guthman. University of California Press. pp, £ and £ ISBN and Published 26 November
Get this from a library! Weighing in: obesity, food justice, and the limits of capitalism. [Julie Guthman] -- This book takes on the "obesity epidemic," challenging many widely held assumptions about its causes and consequences. The author examines fatness and its relationship to health outcomes to ask if. Watch: Capitalism is failing, and it’s time to panic As with the end of feudalism years ago, capitalism’s replacement by postcapitalism will be accelerated by external shocks and shaped by.
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The Limits of Capitalism: An Approach to Globalization Without Neoliberalism. Wim Dierckxsens. Zed Books, - Political Science - pages. 0 Reviews. The political Achilles heel of globalization, this book argues, is that it is taking place without engaging - or even The Limits of Capitalism book -citizens at large.
The author, a Dutch social scientist with. The global financial crisis, all-time high global inequalities, but also the increasingly obvious ecological limits of an economic system based on infinite growth, present challenges to anyone trying to make a continued case for capitalism. Critical books diagnosing capitalism as ready to implode, imagining post-capitalist futures or directly.
Weighing In Obesity, Food Justice, and the Limits of Capitalism. by Julie Guthman (Author) November ; First Edition; Paperback $, £ eBook $, £; Series California Studies in Food and Culture; Title Details. Rights: Available worldwide Pages: ISBN: Trim Size: 6 x 9 Illustrations: 2 maps, 1 table.
"A bold, compelling challenge to conventional thinking about obesity and its fixes, Weighing In is one of the most important books on food politics to hit the shelves in a long time." —Susanne Freidberg, author of Fresh: A Perishable History"Weighing In is filled with counterintuitive surprises that should make us skeptics of all kinds of food -- whether local, fast, slow, junk or health.
this book is NICE. guthman does particularly well arguing the limits of healthism: how it makes wellness and thinness available (but only as affordable-to-the-few lifestyle commodities) rather than challenge the market logics that produced and continue to produce unwellness on a massive scale in the first place.
she historicizes the socio-medical construction of "obesity" as rooted in the /5. Upon finishing this book, I can confidently say that this is probably the most important book Harvey has composed in his long, varied career.
Previously I've read A Companion to Marx's Capital, Paris, Capital of Modernity, A Brief History of Neoliberalism, The Enigma of Capital: and the Crises of Capitalism, The New Imperialism (Clarendon Lectures in Geography and Environmental /5(18).
book review A Review of “Weighing In: Obesity, Food Justice, and the Limits of Capitalism”: Julie Guthman. Berkeley: University of California Press, pp., illustrations, index, and notes. $ paper (ISBN ). A riveting and timely intellectual history of one of our most important capitalist institutions, Harvard Business School, from the bestselling author of The Firm.
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Brand and Wissen offer an innovative perspective on the limits of capitalist nature. The book is an important addition to the literature on the eco-social transformation of contemporary capitalism.
Scholars, students and activists should read it. Understanding the Limits and Decay of the Capitalist Mode of Production 2. Capitalism as an Adaptive System 3. The ‘Systemic Turn’ in Capitalist Political Economy 4.
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Harper Business, $35 (p) ISBN Human Rights or Global Capitalism The Limits of Privatization Manfred Nowak. pages | 6 x 9 Cloth | ISBN | $s | Outside the Americas £ Ebook editions are available from selected online vendors A volume in the series Pennsylvania Studies in Human Rights.
Winner of the Best Book Award from the Human Rights Section of the American Political Science Association. Weighing In takes on the "obesity epidemic," challenging many widely held assumptions about its causes and consequences.
Julie Guthman examines fatness and its relationship to health outcomes to ask if our efforts to prevent "obesity" are sensible, efficacious, or ethical. She also focuses the lens of obesity on the broader food system to understand why we produce cheap, over-processed.
THE GOLDEN PASSPORT Harvard Business School, the Limits of Capitalism, and the Moral Failure of the MBA Elite By Duff McDonald pp. Harper Business/ HarperCollins Publishers. $ When the. The market system is an extraordinarily effective mechanism for creating material prosperity.
Countries which have renounced the market system, as in the case of many previously communist regimes, have learned the hard way that it leads to stagnation and collective poverty.
Capitalism, by contrast, is successful thanks to its decentralized character, whereby everyone strives for his or her own. The Limits of Legitimacy: Political Contradictions of Contemporary Capitalism Alan Wolfe, Director of the Center for Religion and American Public Life Alan Wolfe Free Press, - Political Science -.
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Unless David Harvey publishes a book of the same magnitude in the next few years The Limits to Capital will be seen as his masterwork. First published inand reissued by Verso with a new ‘Introduction’ inthe book explores all of Harvey’s theoretical preoccupations: Marx and Capital, the spatial configurations of the capitalist mode of production, dialectics, crises, and so s: Limits of Capitalism.
Capitalism has been extraordinarily successful. So much so that even communist countries like China, that had long sought a different path, have embraced it.
which destroyed much of the accumulated existing wealth as well documented in Thomas Piketty's book “Capital in the Twenty-First Century.” Inequality beyond a.