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Lives Outside the Lines: a Symposium in Honour of Marlene Kadar
SWORD Deposit
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  • Economic Development and the Death of the Free Market 

    Fix, Blair (2021)
    According to neoclassical economics, the most efficient way to organize human activity is to use the free market. By stoking self interest, the theory claims, individuals can benefit society. This idea, however, conflicts ...
  • Tim Di Muzio on 'Sabotage' 

    Muzio, Tim Di; Fix, Blair (2021)
    In a series of essays published in 2013 and 2014 on capitaspower.com, political economist Tim Di Muzio explored the concept of ‘sabotage’ as it applies to capitalist power. I recently rediscovered these essays and was so ...
  • From Passive Owners to Planet Savers? Asset Managers, Carbon Majors and the Limits of Sustainable Finance 

    Baines, Joseph; Hager, Sandy Brian (2022-02)
    This article examines the role of the Big Three asset management firms – BlackRock, Vanguard and State Street – in corporate environmental governance. Specifically, it charts the Big Three’s relationships with the ...
  • Das Ritual der Kapitalisierung (The Ritual of Capitalization) 

    Fix, Blair (2022-02)
    Wenn man genau hinhört, kann man zuhören, wie Jeff Bezos immer reicher wird. Da ist es schon wieder, dieses Geräusch. Eine weitere Milliarde in Bezos‘ Kassen. Lassen Sie uns diesen Klang des Geldes mit ein paar Zahlen ...
  • The Voldemort Index 

    Fix, Blair (2022-04)
    For centuries, philosophers have sought to understand concepts such as ‘equity’, ‘fairness’, and ‘justice’. The result has been widespread confusion. Fortunately, Lord Voldemort has rescued us from this moral daze by ...

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