BITS & BRIEFS: Judith Stein // Philanthrocapitalism // Economic Sociology vs. Behavioral Economics // Talks on capitalism and democracy in media // Black proletariat

RIP Judith Stein: a lifelong maverick scholar studying and teaching class, labor, elites, and race in the US history — by Nelson Lichtenstein

> Philanthrocapitalism: there is no such thing as a free gift. Linsey McGoey on reinforcing the existing power structures

Economic Sociology vs. Behavioral Economics: Relational work goes beyond emphasis on categorical differences because of gender, race or class. An article by Nina Bandelj, Fred Wherry and Viviana Zelizer depicting one of the arguments presented in their new book Money Talks: Explaining How Money Really Works

What do we learn from tracking talks on capitalism and democracy over 200 years in major newspapers? by Simon DeDeo

“Black proletariat is not part of the white proletariat”: W.E.B. DuBois’s Two Proletariats, Capitalism, and Democracy — by J. Phillip Thompson

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