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|Routledge informed me that there is a 30% discount coupon for ‘Greek Capitalism in Crisis: Marxist Analyses’ (and other Routledge books) valid till 31 December 2020.|
The promo code is ANPJE
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|Greek Capitalism in Crisis: Marxist Analyses|
Edited By Stavros Mavroudeas
Copyright Year 2015
Despite the depth of the Greek crisis, the exorbitant burdens placed upon the working people and the massive popular resistance movement to capitalist policies, there is a definite lack of consistently Marxist analyses of the Greek problem. International debates regarding the Greek crisis have been dominated by orthodox (Neoclassical and neo-Keynesian) approaches.
Table of Contents
Introduction PART I: Critiques of mainstream and heterodox analyses of the Greek problem 1. Mainstream accounts of the Greek crisis: more heat than light? 2. Fiscal crisis in Southern Europe: Whose fault? 3. Explaining the rising wage-productivity gap in the Greek economy 4. The Memoranda: a problematic strategy for Greek capitalism 5. ‘Financialisation’ and the Greek case PART II: Marxist explanations of the Greek crisis The Law of the Falling Rate of Profit and the Greek economic crisis 1. Profitability and crisis in the Greek economy (1960-2012): an investigation 2. The Greek crisis: a dual crisis of over accumulation and imperialist exploitation PART III: Crisis, Poverty and the Labor Market 1. Economic crisis, poverty and deprivation in Greece. The impact of neoliberal remedies 2. A comparative study of the structure of employment in Greece before and after the crisis 3.Recession and atypical employment: a focus on contemporary Greek metropolitan regions