Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Political Economy of Development: The World Bank, Neoliberalism and Development Research

Any student, academic or practitioner wanting to succeed in development studies, radical or mainstream, must understand the World Bank’s role and the evolution of its thinking and activities. The Political Economy of Development provides tools for gaining this understanding and applies them across a range of topics.

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Fetishism and the Value-form: towards a general theory of value

“This is imperative reading for anyone interested in understanding commodity fetishism,from the fantastic form of the material and social relations of exploitation through to the commodity as a sign that conceals so much more than it reveals of the origins, nature and consequences of global markets in all of their disastrous glories.” (Ben Fine)

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