Unequal Development: An Essay on the Social Formations of Peripheral Capitalism, المجلد 10
Monthly Review Press, 1976 - 440 من الصفحات
Critique of the capitalist economic system emphasizing the trend toward intensive economic growth in the developed capitalist countries and simultaneous underdevelopment in peripheral areas (the developing countries) - proposes radical economic and social reforms which would permit equal international distribution of wealth. Bibliography pp. 387 to 417.
The Fundamental Laws of
From Specialization to Dependence
4 من الأقسام الأخرى غير ظاهرة
طبعات أخرى - عرض جميع المقتطفات
accumulation advanced countries agrarian agriculture analysis Arab world autocentric balance of payments banks become billion Black Africa bourgeoisie capitalist mode capitalist system civilization colonial commodity constitute consumer contradiction currency deficit demand dependent dominant economic Egypt equilibrium Europe European external balance feudal fluctuations foreign capital function gold gross domestic product growth imports increase industry inflation integrated international specialization investment labor power Latin America long-distance trade Maghreb Marx means mechanism mercantilist merchants mode of production modern monopoly movement nineteenth century organic composition peasants percent period periphery political population possible precapitalist productive forces progress proletariat quantity rate of exchange rate of interest rate of profit rate of surplus region relations relative reserves revolution reward of labor role sector slaves social formations society structure surplus value tendency theory Third World tion transfer underdeveloped countries unequal exchange urban Waalo wages world system