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The general law of capitalist accumulation in Latin America and beyond, actuality and pertinence, edited by Lorenzo Fusaro and Leinad Johan Alcalá Sandoval

Through this edited collection, the contributing authors examine the pertinence and actuality of Marx's general law while analyzing past and present issues in political economy in Latin America and beyond
Table Of Contents
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Introduction -- One Hundred Years On: "Dialectical Inversion" and Multiple Crises -- The General Law of Capitalist Accumulation -- The Contribution of the Present Volume -- Note -- Bibliography -- Part I: Revisiting Marx's General Law -- Chapter 1: The General Law of Capitalist Accumulation: A Comprehensive Reading from the Perspective of the Systematic Structure of Capital -- Capital: A Book Organized into Different Levels of Abstraction -- The Analysis of Accumulation in Universality: Methodological Implications -- Accumulation in the Development of the Systematic Structure of Capital -- Brief Methodological Evaluation of Part 7 -- The GLCA and the Systematic Structure of Capital: Elements for a Comprehensive Reading -- Attraction of Labour-Power -- Repulsion of the Labour-Power and Formation of Global Social Capital -- Progressive Production of a Relative Surplus Population and Its Forms of Existence: Formulation of the GLCA -- Illustration of the General Law of Capitalist Accumulation -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 2: Violence and Crepuscular Capitalism: Structural Dynamics and Superstructural Forms of the General Law of Capitalist Accumulation -- Premises -- For a Theory of Crepuscular Capitalism -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Chapter 3: The General Law of Capitalist Accumulation and a Theory of Labour-Shortage Business Cycles -- Labour-Shortage Business Cycles in the Marxist Literature -- Labor-Shortage Business Cycles in Chapter 25 of Capital? -- The Empirical Case for a Theory of Labor-Shortage Business Cycles -- A Rereading of Section 4 of Chapter 25 Incorporating Time Frames -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography
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