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Permanent Revolution concisely describes the development and workings of capitalism and its influence on the broader society. In the developed worldEurope, North America, and parts of East Asiacapitalism is ubiquitous, and as such, often taken for granted. Discussion usually focuses on specific aspects of the system that individuals appreciate or dislike, ignoring the larger picture. The notion of millennials denouncing capitalism on Facebook and Twitterproducts of capitalist developmentis a caricature that is eerily close to reality.

In this book, Wyatt Wells examines the development of economic innovation, the role of financial markets, the business cycle, the ways markets operate, and the position of labor in capitalist economies, as well as the effects of capitalism on law, politics, religion, and even the arts. This discussion is grounded in history, though it does make use of economic theory. As a result, the book sometimes approaches topics from an unconventional direction. For instance, it notes that financial markets not only pool and allocate the resources of saversthe role ascribed to them in conventional economics textbooksbut they also discipline enterprises, punishing those unable to meet prescribed financial standards.

Permanent Revolution ranges broadly, delving into how capitalism reshapes the broader society. The system creates wealth in new and, often, unexpected places, and it constantly moves people physically and socially. The result revolutionizes society. Traditional structures based on deference and long experience gradually collapse because they no longer correspond to social reality. Capitalist societies must devise ways to accommodate perpetual change in politics, religion, and society. Much of the diversity, liberty, and flexibility we associate with modern society are the product of capitalist development.

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Generi Economia Diritto e Lavoro » Economia » Filosofia e teoria dell'economia » Economia, commercio e finanza internazionale

Editore Stanford University Press

Formato Ebook con Adobe DRM

Pubblicato 14/04/2020

Lingua Inglese

EAN-13 9781503612389

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