Can Capitalists Afford Recovery? Economic Policy When Capital is Power

Can Capitalists Afford Recovery? Economic Policy When Capital is Power
Bichler, Shimshon and Nitzan, Jonathan. (2013). Working Papers on Capital as Power. No.2013/0. October 2013. pp. 1-36. (Article - Working Paper).

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Abstract or Brief Description

Economic, financial and social commentators from all directions and persuasion are obsessed with the prospect of recovery. The world remains mired in a deep, prolonged crisis, and the key question seems to be how to get out of it. The purpose of our paper is to ask a very different question that few if any seem concerned with: can capitalists afford recovery in the first place?

Publication Type

Article - Working Paper

Keywords

crisis DA economic policy economic theory expectations growth income distribution Keynesianism Marxism monetarism neoclassical economics profit underconsumption

Subject

BN State & Government
BN Power
BN Region - North America
BN Business Enterprise
BN Value & Price
BN Crisis
BN Production
BN Macro
BN Conflict & Violence
BN Money & Finance
BN Ideology
BN Distribution
BN Methodology
BN Capital & Accumulation
BN Policy
BN Class
BN Labour
BN Growth

Depositing User

Jonathan Nitzan

Date Deposited

19 Oct 2013

Last Modified

07 Jan 2015 19:57

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http://bnarchives.yorku.ca/id/eprint/377

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