Social Economy: The Logic of Capitalist Development

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INDEX

a
abstraction 158 -9, 165 , 174 , 182 n
Aglietta, Michel 176 -7n
agriculture 7 , 44 , 55 , 58 , 145
Airbus 114
Althusser, Louis 180 n
Anderson, Perry 175 n
Angotti, Thomas 130 -1, 176 n
appearance, and identity 170 -2
Apple Corporation 111
Aristotle 171 , 182 n
Armstrong, Philip 57 , 62 , 91 -2
Arthur D. Little 137
Asia:
East 75 , 99 ;
Southeast 100
AT&T 81 , 112 , 123

b
balance of payments 85 , 95
banks:
international 73 , 110 ;
internationalization of US 70 -8
Baran, Paul 3
base, and superstructure 168 , 180 n
Bell, Daniel 134
Bell Laboratories 123
Benhabib, Seyla 182 -3n
Bettleheim, Charles 175 n
blacks:
exclusion from workforce 61 ;
wartime workers 54 -5
Bologh, Rosalyn 186 n
Bolsheviks 44
bond issues 120 -1, 135
bourgeois society 25 , 171
Brazil 101
Bretton Woods Agreement (1945) 53 -4, 63 , 75 , 118
Bridgewater Township, New Jersey 123
British Commonwealth 71
Brookings Institution 64
business services 107 , 112

c
Canada 101
capital 2 , 26 , 53 -4, 167 ;
assets 22 ;
circulation of 24 , 32 -4;
internationalization of 144 -5, 154 ;
logic of its evolution 169 -70;
and unity of production, distribution, exchange and consumption 128 , 163 -4;
and the “value chain” 114 -17
capital markets, international 110 -11
capitalism:
as basis for socialism 1 -2, 42 -4;
and imperialism 24 -41;
incompatibility with own forms for social reproduction 1 -23, 85 , 93 -4, 105 -6;
as the unity of production, distribution, exchange and consumption 11 -12, 106
Castells, Manuel 26 , 123 -4, 177 n
centralization 36 -8, 43 , 112 -14
China 102
cities 49 , 128 , 130
civil rights movement 59 , 87 , 93 -4
civil society 185 n
class 26 -30, 55 ;
control 152 , 167 , 175 n;
limits 53 -4, 65 -6, 119 -20;
relations and spatial reproduction 122 -5;
struggles, US 58 -9
collective bargaining 87 -9
commodity 25 , 186 n;
fetishism 3 , 29 -30, 143 , 172 ;
relations 67 , 117 -19, 144 -5, 149 -50, 154 -5, 169 -70, 172 -3
(and social reproduction 126 -7)
community, loss of 138
computer-based technologies 14 , 106 -7, 141 , 147 , 178 n
concentration 36 -8, 43 , 97 -8, 103 , 112 -14
conglomeration 70 -4, 83 , 85 , 96 -7

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