By J. K. Gibson-Graham
Is there existence after capitalism? during this creatively argued follow-up to their ebook The finish of Capitalism (As We Knew It), J. okay. Gibson-Graham provide already latest possible choices to a world capitalist order and description suggestions for construction substitute economies.
A Postcapitalist Politics unearths a prolific panorama of financial diversity—one that's not completely or predominantly capitalist—and examines the demanding situations and successes of other fiscal interventions. Gibson-Graham collect political economic climate, feminist poststructuralism, and financial activism to foreground the moral judgements, in preference to structural imperatives, that build fiscal “development” pathways. Marshalling empirical proof from neighborhood financial tasks and motion learn within the usa, Australia, and Asia, they produce a particular political imaginary with 3 intersecting moments: a politics of language, of the topic, and of collective motion.
within the face of a virtually common experience of hand over to capitalist globalization, this e-book demonstrates that postcapitalist matters, economies, and groups should be fostered. The authors describe a politics of threat which could construct diverse economies in position and over area. They urge us to confront the forces that stand within the means of monetary experimentation and to discover alternative ways of relocating from concept to motion.
J. okay. Gibson-Graham is the pen identify of Katherine Gibson and Julie Graham, feminist financial geographers who paintings, respectively, on the Australian nationwide collage in Canberra and the college of Massachusetts Amherst.
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