Monthly Archives: July 2019

Neither Market Nor State?

“And what if the choice had never been between Market and State organizations, between liberals and socialists, but instead between those who believe in the miracles of a pre-established harmony and those who refuse to ‘believe in miracles’? Could we … Continue reading

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B&B: Neoliberalism as creative destruction // Surveillance business // History of capitalism and counter-genealogy of race // Workplace is the hub of political power // GDP is irrelevant

This time, especially worth reading  and sharing articles: > Neoliberal capitalism is a “form of creative destruction. For everyone whose life was being regenerated or rejuvenated… there was someone, as well, whose life was being destroyed”, asserts Akash Kapur in … Continue reading

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Are Entrepreneurs Dangerous to the Market Economy more than Marxists?

Yes — asserts regarding the odd question in the title one of the founders of Ordoliberalism Professor Franz Böhm: “The entrepreneurs […] in contrast with their emphatic declarations in favour of the market economy, are more inclined, at least, to … Continue reading

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Great academic opportunities: 19 calls for papers, 4 postdocs, 3 doctoral fellowships, a research grant, a job

After a several-month intermission, I am glad to let you know that the ES/PE community blog is resuming its activity. Your wondering inquiries and kind emails I’ve been receiving reminded me of Jacques Lacan’s argument that anticipation creates a symbolic social … Continue reading

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