The Great Transformation [E–pub/E–book]

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  • The Great Transformation
  • Karl Polanyi
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  • 02 August 2019
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Read & Download The Great Transformation µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Of the Industrial Revolution His analysis explains not only the deficiencies of the self regulating market but the potentially dire social conseuences of u. I read this a few years agoI ve been thinking about it again after reading Streeck s stunning How Will Capitalism EndMaybe the key concept here is embeddedness Capitalist society relies on pre capitalist social formations to sustain itself The market on its own is an insufficient foundation for the spiritual and social bonds that constitute a people as opposed to just an aggregate of individualsThus it may follow the total triumph of capitalism will also be its dissolution Contra most Marxists the end of capitalism does not reuire a revolutionary subject to take its place Just the opposite capitalism will deteriorate after it has eliminated all opposition Chaos reignsThis book was actually published the same year as Road to SerfdomPolyani Hayek Marx to me that seems like an open uestion at the moment it almost seems eually radical to call for a new New Deal as a second Bolshevik revolution Hayek contended in The Road to Serfdom that even democratic forms of state planning were bound to end in the totalitarianism of a Stalin or a Hitler But 70 years later there is not a single case of social democracy leading to dictatorship while there are dozens of tragic episodes of market excess destroying democracy TRUTH What starts with free markets does not end in freedom

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Read & Download The Great Transformation µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ntempered market capitalism New introductory material reveals the renewed importance of Polanyi's seminal analysis in an era of globalization and free trad. I have to admit that I took fifty one weeks to finish this The effect of that is that my take on it is somewhat disjointed Hence no proper review The four stars 35 really are because the author presents some excellent historical analysis and pulls that together to synthesize extremely original ideas of economic development I m surprised we don t see references to Polanyi s theoriesI did have some concerns with his choice of historical events As is often the case he has chosen those which support his arguments over other obvious events Of course he is not the first to do this Over all the history is sound The book is worth reading reading as it demonstrates that there are their options to the leftright analyses to which we are accustomed to Marx is not the only voice on the left

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Read & Download The Great Transformation µ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook In this classic work of economic history and social theory Karl Polanyi analyzes the economic and social changes brought about by the great transformation. Foreword by Joseph E StiglitzIntroduction by Fred BlockNote on the 2001 EditionAuthor s Acknowledgments The Great Transformation The Political and Economic Origins of Our Time Notes on Sources1 Balance of Power as Policy Historical Law Principle and System2 Hundred Years Peace3 The Snapping of the Golden Thread4 Swings of the Pendulum after World War I5 Finance and Peace6 Selected References to Societies and Economic Systems7 Selected References to Evolution of the Market Pattern8 The Literature of Speenhamland9 Poor Law and the Organization of Labor10 Speenhamland and Vienna11 Why Not Whitbread s Bill12 Disraeli s Two Nations and the Problem of Colored RacesIndex