Capital as Power @ Historical Materialism 2018: Panel Series at The Great Transition Conference, Montreal, May 17-20, 2018

May 22, 2018 | jmc

The Forum on Capital as Power presents a panel series at the Montreal 2018 Great Transition Conference, May 17-20. The panels include the following papers:

1. ‘What is Capital as Power?’
Shimshon Bichler, Israel and Jonathan Nitzan, Canada

2. ‘Capitalization, Capital Goods and the State of Capital: The Boundaries of Accumulation’
DT Cochrane, Ryerson University

3. ‘Financial Derivatives or the Autocatalytic Sprawl of Pseudorational Capitalist Power’
Ulf Martin, Germany

4. ‘Uneven and Combined Confusion: On the Geopolitical Origins of Capitalism and the Rise of the West’
Tim Di Muzio, University of Wollongong and Matthew Dow, York University

5. ‘Energy and Institution Size’
Blair Fix, York University

6. ‘Growing through Sabotage: Energizing Hierarchical Power’
Shimshon Bichler, Israel and Jonathan Nitzan, Canada

7. ‘Is the Power of Mass Culture Profitable?’
James McMahon, University of Toronto

8. ‘Trump’s Corporate Tax Reform: What’s Power Got to Do with It?’
Sandy Hager, City, University of London

9. ‘Theorizing Income-Wealth Inequality Data – a CasP Approach’
Max Grubman, Tel Aviv University

PDF of Abstracts and Schedule

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