2 edition of Capitalist discipline, private justice and the hidden economy found in the catalog.
Capitalist discipline, private justice and the hidden economy
An early version of this paper first presented to the joint C.S.E./N.D.C. Conference "Capitalist Discipline and the Rule ofLaw", held in London, Jan. 1978.
|Statement||[by] Nigel South, Phil Scratton.|
|Series||Occasional papers / Middlesex Polytechnic -- no.2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||69|
The Political Economy of Capitalism → Harvard Business School Working Knowledge → →. 2. Structure of Capitalism. Capitalism is not just an economic system (the free-market) that can be grafted onto any political-legal structure but is an integrated social system. The economy of capitalism — the free market — depends on a specific legal (objective law), political (individual rights), and ethical (rational self-interest) foundation.
capitalism comes from a well-established, well-grounded, transhistorical theory of justice. The chapter, through an analysis of the original passages in Marx‘s works, offers an interpretation of the relationship between Marx and justice, which is at the same time both non-. New edition of Aihwa Ong's classic ethnographic study of Malay women factory workers. In the two decades since its original publication, Spirits of Resistance and Capitalist Discipline has become Author: A. Ong.
Education for capitalist discipline: the newest twist cassiodorus (also to be found at Voices on the Square and ) The debate about education in this country is a curious. justice under capitalism because key words like "capitalism" and "justice" are contested concepts. By "capitalism" I mean an economy in which private agents, including corporations, are assigned legal rights to own produc tion goods, that is, the factor inputs or means of production. Of course, individuals are also assigned rights to own.
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This book will explain, why Western economic growth has been so strong. The book also sorts out, the reason why so many non-developed countries have economically lagged the West.
It really boils down to one basic principle; private property. In the developed Western World, citizens have legal protection and legal entitlement to their private Cited by: The book shows how the diverging roles of young men and women are increasingly channelled, by educational and labor market pressures, toward conformity with corporate culture and capitalist discipline.
A unique feature of this book is the portrayal of Malay women workers in Japanese factories, caught between their culture and the culture of.
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The distinctive hallmark of the capitalist economic system is the private ownership of capital goods that are organized for use in firms. Other economic systems are distinctive because of the importance of privately owned land, the presence of slaves, because the government owns capital goods, or because of the limited role of firms.
We can call these the economic argument, the freedom argument and the justice argument. The economic argument is that the capitalist market, in which, by definition, private property reigns supreme, has good economic consequences.
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Such misguided moralism is the fruit of long years of schooling in “social justice.” But capitalism--serving each party’s mutual self-interest as well as the societal interest—is a superior moral system.
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