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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Economy for and against democracy
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Description:||1 online resource (vi, 272 pages)|
|Contents:||Introduction / Keith Hart --
Economy versus democracy --
Habits of austerity : financialization and new ways of dealing with money / Jürgen Schraten --
What financial crisis? The global politics of finance : distributional consequences and legitimizing narratives / Horacio Ortiz --
Party funding for and against democracy in Zimbabwe and South Africa / Booker Magure --
The struggle for economic democracy --
Women as mediators in postwar Mozambique : pushing lobolo from price to propriety / Albert Farré --
Negotiating state and market: the South African HIV/AIDS movement and social change / Theodore Powers --
Beyond the market : White workers in Pretoria / John Sharp and Stephan Van Wyk --
Waves of unrest : wildcat strikes and possible democratic change in Swaziland / Vito Laterza --
Visions of human economy and democracy --
Solidarity economy in contemporary Greece : 'movementality', economic democracy and social reproduction during crisis / Theodoros Rakopoulos --
Money for a human economy : a reflection from Argentina --
Human economy : the revolutionary struggle for happiness / Keith Hart --
Building a human economy movement : the precedent of transnational feminism / Camille Sutton-Brown-Fox.
|Series Title:||Human economy, v. 2.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Keith Hart.|
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