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Argues for going “beyond global capitalism,” with pertinent criticism of that policy, although many books promoting global capitalism have been published
Includes interdisciplinary contributions from economics, political economic science, economic thought, anthropology, history, and political science
Contains in one chapter a whole-day discussion of “beyond global capitalism” by five scholars from different backgrounds
This book compiles the presentations and discussions from the international symposium “Beyond Global Capitalism” that was held with the contributions of Emmanuel Todd, Ha-Joon Chang, and other scholars in Kyoto, Japan, in 2013. The book is intended make the reader aware that global capitalism, or globalism, has increased its power in recent years, bringing about a variety of harmful effects to the peoples of the world. Drawing upon a variety of academic disciplines including economics, political economic science, economic thought, anthropology, history, and political science, the contributors to this book identify theories and strategies for overcoming the worldwide problems that have been caused by global capitalism. The discussions presented here foster the development of theoretical and practical frameworks for a global economy that moves beyond global capitalism. They also argue for the development of a stable, rich, and resilient economy and society that enhances the well-being of people all over the world in the twenty-first century.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »anthropology and political science for globalism - anti-globalism - critic for globalization - interdisciplinary thought for global capitalism - promoting internationalism
Ch 1 National Diversity and the Crisis of Globalisation from the Perspective of Historical Anthropology (Emmanuel Todd).- Ch 2 The Failure of Neoliberalism and the Future of Capitalism (Ha-Joon Chang) .- Ch 3 Totalitarianism of Globalism by the Top 1% (Satoshi Fujii) .- Ch 4 The Second Globalization, the Second Tragedy? (Keita Shibayama) .- Ch 5 Neoliberalism and Conservatism (Takeshi Nakano) .- Ch 6 Beyond Global Capitalism: a Discussion (Emmanuel Todd, Ha-Joon Chang, Satoshi Fujii, Takeshi Nakano, and Keita Shibayama).