Social Foundations of Markets, Money, and Credit

Synopsis

The idea that money and its power over the world needs to be demystified, is one that not many people will argue with. This snappy well argued new book attempts to do exactly that. Lapavitsas turns his critical eye onto the liberalisation of capital and money markets and poses important questions - what is the difference between money and capital? Is anti-globalization necessarily anti-money? These points and many more are debated and dealt with in a readable yet rigorous manner in Markets, Money and Capitalism - a book that will inform, intrigue and surprise in equal measure.

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Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 2003

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