Capitalism in the age of globalization The management of contemporary society

éditeur : NENA
catégories : Économie > Economie internationale, Économie et affaires > Économie, Économie et affaires
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Samir Amin remains one of the world's most influential thinkers about the changing nature of North-South relations in the development of contemporary capitalism. In this highly prescient book, originally published in 1997, he provides a powerful analysis of the new unilateral capitalist era following the collapse of the Soviet model, and the apparent triumph of the market and globalization. Amin's innovative analysis charts the rise of ethnicity and fundamentalism as consequences of the failure of ruling classes in the South to counter the exploitative terms of globalization. This has had profound implications and continues to resonate today. Furthermore, his deconstruction of the Bretton Woods institutions as managerial mechanisms which protect the profitability of capital provides an important insight into the continued difficulties in reforming them. Amin's rejection of the apparent inevitability of globalization was prophetic, as years later we have seen markets and supply chains more integrated than ever. A landmark work by a key contemporary thinker.

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Titre Capitalism in the age of globalization - The management of contemporary society
Editeur NENA
Langue EN
Date de publication 18/08/2020

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Ean EPUB 9782379183119
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