|Statement||edited by Jon Elster and Karl O. Moene.|
|Series||Studies in Marxism and social theory|
|Contributions||Moene, Karl O.|
Richard Swift's book, SOS: Alternatives to Capitalism, is a much needed antidote to the myriad of political clap trap that spouts from our daily newspapers and much of our "left" journalism which suggests that capitalism can be reformed and regulated in such a way that an ecological and economic disaster can be avoided/5. Alternatives to Capitalism: Proposals for a Democratic Economy presents a debate between two such possibilities: Robin Hahnel’s “participatory economics” and Erik Olin Wright’s “real utopian” socialism. It is a detailed and rewarding discussion that illuminates a range of issues and dilemmas of crucial importance to any serious. Karl Ove Moene's essay, in my opinion, is the most interesting economic analysis featured in the book. In it, he compares market socialism with a form of capitalism dominated by "strong unions" - an endangered species at this point, but still somewhat prominent in certain industries at the time of the book's publication ()/5(3). Distributism is one alternative. I’m not an expert but I found a good article on the topic written by John Halstead. *disclaimer: I did not write anything below this line* ——————- Neither Capitalism Nor Socialism: A Third Alternative by JOHN HALST.
As the age of austerity rolls on, we go in search of alternatives to 21st-century turbo-capitalism. Our first stop is in Marinaleda, a small town in southern Spain which formed a collective in . A collection of essays which survey, analyze and assess institutional arrangements which could be alternatives to capitalism. Covering subjects such as central planning, market socialism and profit sharing, this book is aimed at political and social scientists and economists. In Capitalism and Its Alternatives, Chris Rogers provides a critical introduction to theories of capitalism and to the forms of its crises in historical and contemporary contexts, as well as reflecting on the practice of anti-capitalism and the ways that economic and social relations are shaped, reshaped and resisted. Crucially, the book asks. Beginning with accounts of the impact of capitalism on countries left behind by the planned economies, the book moves on to consider how China has become a beacon of dynamic economic growth, aggressively expanding its global influence. The final section of the book poses alternatives to the ideological dominance of neoliberalism in the West.
Post-capitalism is a state in which the economic systems of the world can no longer be described as forms of s individuals and political ideologies have speculated on what would define such a world. According to some classical Marxist and some social evolutionary theories, post-capitalist societies may come about as a result of spontaneous evolution as capitalism becomes obsolete. You are critical of capitalism, but what is the alternative? W hen I think about alternatives to capitalism, I go back to basics, to the question of what any economic system actually is and what it does. In every kind of society, whether it’s communal hunting-and-gathering or global industrial capitalism, the answer has two parts. Alternatives to Capitalism: Proposals for a democratic economy, by Robin Hahnel and Erik Olin Wright, reviewed by Heather Blakey Aug 4 min read It is said that capitalism believes in competition but hates competitors. Standalone book in the books by non-scholars, books in English, complete bookshelf, recommended books genres. Available from Amazon, With capitalism vulnerable and out-of-step in the wake of financial crises SOS Alternatives to Capitalism investigates the alternatives that.