MourĂ©, ‘Technological Change and Strategic Sabotage: A Capital as Power Analysis of the US Semiconductor Business’

Abstract Rapid technological change is often touted as a fundamental reality of capitalist societies. It is also presented as concrete evidence for the supposed progressive improvement of material well-being that characterises the capitalist system of social order. Since its emergence in the mid-20th century, semiconductor technology in many ways exemplifies this view. Yet the rapid […]

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