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The Resource After capitalism, David Schweickart

After capitalism, David Schweickart

Label
After capitalism
Title
After capitalism
Statement of responsibility
David Schweickart
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Schweickart, David
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
New critical theory
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  • Democracy
  • Capitalism
  • Socialism
Label
After capitalism, David Schweickart
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
1. Counterproject, Successor-System, Revolution -- 1.1. The Counterproject -- 1.2. Successor-System Theory -- 1.3. Historical Materialism -- 1.4. Criteria -- 1.5. Revolution -- 1.6. A Note on Gender -- 1.7. An Outline of the Argument -- 2. Justifying Capitalism -- 2.1. What Is "Capitalism"? What Is a "Capitalist"? -- 2.2. Neoclassical Shenanigans: Marginal Product as Contribution -- 2.3. Capitalism's White Knight: The Entrepreneur -- 2.4. Risk and Reward: Playing Reverse-Lotto -- 2.5. The Utility (and Disutility) of Deferred Consumption -- 2.6. Tina -- 3. Economic Democracy: What It Is -- 3.1. Economic Democracy: The Basic Model -- 3.1.1. Worker Self-Management -- 3.1.2. The Market -- 3.1.3. Social Control of Investment -- 3.2. The Viability of Economic Democracy -- 3.3. The Mondragon Experiment -- 3.4. A Note on the Public Sector -- 3.5. Economic Democracy: The Expanded Model -- 3.5.1. The Government as Employer-of-Last-Resort -- 3.5.2. Socialist Savings and Loan Associations -- 3.5.3. Capitalists under Socialism -- 3.6. Fair Trade, Not Free Trade -- 4. Capitalism or Socialism? Inequality, Unemployment, Overwork, Poverty -- 4.1. Workplace Democracy: Some Behavioral Consequences of Structural Change -- 4.2. Inequality -- 4.3. Unemployment -- 4.3.1. A Note on Inflation -- 4.4. Overwork -- 4.5. Poverty -- 4.5.1. Poverty in Rich Countries -- 4.5.2. Poverty in Poor Countries -- 4.5.3. A Note on Racism -- 4.5.4. A Note on Immigration -- 5. Capitalism or Socialism? Economic Instability, Environmental Degradation, Democracy -- 5.1. Economic Instability -- 5.1.1. A Note on the Current Crisis -- 5.2. Environmental Degradation -- 5.2.1. Overpopulation -- 5.2.2. Food Scarcity -- 5.2.3. Pollution/Climate Change -- 5.3. Democracy (Lack Thereof) -- 5.3.1. A Note on Anticommunism -- 5.3.2. A Note on Liberty -- 5.3.3. A Note on Political Parties -- 6. Getting from Here to There -- 6.1. Economic Democracy as an Orienting Device -- 6.1.1. How the World Looked Then (2001) -- 6.1.2. How the World Looks Now (2011) -- 6.1.3. A Note on China -- 6.2. An Economic Democracy Reform Agenda -- 6.2.1. Democratizing Labor -- 6.2.2. Democratizing Capital -- 6.2.3. Toward Full Employment -- 6.2.4. Toward Fair Trade -- 6.2.5. Democratizing Democracy -- 6.3. From Reform to Revolution -- 6.3.1. Radical Quick -- 6.3.2. Radical Slower (with Concern for Stockholders) -- 6.3.3. Slower Still (without a Financial Meltdown) -- 6.4. A New Communism? -- 6.5. A New World -- 6.5.1. Compelling Visions -- 6.5.2. What Should I Do?
Control code
ocn715287416
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
2nd ed., Rev. ed
Extent
xxix, 247 p.
Isbn
9780742564992
Isbn Type
(electronic)
Lccn
2011016193
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)715287416
Label
After capitalism, David Schweickart
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
1. Counterproject, Successor-System, Revolution -- 1.1. The Counterproject -- 1.2. Successor-System Theory -- 1.3. Historical Materialism -- 1.4. Criteria -- 1.5. Revolution -- 1.6. A Note on Gender -- 1.7. An Outline of the Argument -- 2. Justifying Capitalism -- 2.1. What Is "Capitalism"? What Is a "Capitalist"? -- 2.2. Neoclassical Shenanigans: Marginal Product as Contribution -- 2.3. Capitalism's White Knight: The Entrepreneur -- 2.4. Risk and Reward: Playing Reverse-Lotto -- 2.5. The Utility (and Disutility) of Deferred Consumption -- 2.6. Tina -- 3. Economic Democracy: What It Is -- 3.1. Economic Democracy: The Basic Model -- 3.1.1. Worker Self-Management -- 3.1.2. The Market -- 3.1.3. Social Control of Investment -- 3.2. The Viability of Economic Democracy -- 3.3. The Mondragon Experiment -- 3.4. A Note on the Public Sector -- 3.5. Economic Democracy: The Expanded Model -- 3.5.1. The Government as Employer-of-Last-Resort -- 3.5.2. Socialist Savings and Loan Associations -- 3.5.3. Capitalists under Socialism -- 3.6. Fair Trade, Not Free Trade -- 4. Capitalism or Socialism? Inequality, Unemployment, Overwork, Poverty -- 4.1. Workplace Democracy: Some Behavioral Consequences of Structural Change -- 4.2. Inequality -- 4.3. Unemployment -- 4.3.1. A Note on Inflation -- 4.4. Overwork -- 4.5. Poverty -- 4.5.1. Poverty in Rich Countries -- 4.5.2. Poverty in Poor Countries -- 4.5.3. A Note on Racism -- 4.5.4. A Note on Immigration -- 5. Capitalism or Socialism? Economic Instability, Environmental Degradation, Democracy -- 5.1. Economic Instability -- 5.1.1. A Note on the Current Crisis -- 5.2. Environmental Degradation -- 5.2.1. Overpopulation -- 5.2.2. Food Scarcity -- 5.2.3. Pollution/Climate Change -- 5.3. Democracy (Lack Thereof) -- 5.3.1. A Note on Anticommunism -- 5.3.2. A Note on Liberty -- 5.3.3. A Note on Political Parties -- 6. Getting from Here to There -- 6.1. Economic Democracy as an Orienting Device -- 6.1.1. How the World Looked Then (2001) -- 6.1.2. How the World Looks Now (2011) -- 6.1.3. A Note on China -- 6.2. An Economic Democracy Reform Agenda -- 6.2.1. Democratizing Labor -- 6.2.2. Democratizing Capital -- 6.2.3. Toward Full Employment -- 6.2.4. Toward Fair Trade -- 6.2.5. Democratizing Democracy -- 6.3. From Reform to Revolution -- 6.3.1. Radical Quick -- 6.3.2. Radical Slower (with Concern for Stockholders) -- 6.3.3. Slower Still (without a Financial Meltdown) -- 6.4. A New Communism? -- 6.5. A New World -- 6.5.1. Compelling Visions -- 6.5.2. What Should I Do?
Control code
ocn715287416
Dimensions
23 cm
Edition
2nd ed., Rev. ed
Extent
xxix, 247 p.
Isbn
9780742564992
Isbn Type
(electronic)
Lccn
2011016193
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)715287416

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