Introduction: Political Economy and Global Capitalism; Theorizing the Contemporary World; Technological Dynamism and the Normative Justification of Global Capitalism; Eating the Future: Capitalism Out of Joint; What follows Neo-liberalism? The Deepening Contradictions of US Domination and the Struggle for a New Global Order; Monetary Policy in the Neo-liberal Transition: A Political Economy Critique of Keynesianism, Monetarism and Inflation Targeting; Volatile, Uneven and Combined Capitalism; The Erosion of Non-Capitalist Institutions and the Reproduction of Capitalism; The Transformative Moment; Frontiers of Cadre Radicalization in Contemporary Capitalism; Green Marxism and the Institutional Structure of a Global Socialist Future; Index
A timely and unique collection by a distinguished international and interdisciplinary group of shcolars who explore the present and future of the global political economy.
Robert Albritton is Professor Emeritus of the Department of Political Science at York University. Bob Jessop is Professor of Sociology at the University of Lancaster. Richard Westra is Associate Professor of the Division of International and Area Studies at Pukyong National University, South Korea.