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Author Vogl, Joseph,
Title Gespenst des Kapitals. English
The specter of capital / Joseph Vogl ; translated by Robert Savage and Joachim Redner.
Imprint Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, 2014.

Author Vogl, Joseph,
Series Cultural memory in the present.
Cultural memory in the present.
Subject Capitalism.
Rational expectations (Economic theory)
Description 1 online resource.
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Note Translation of: Das Gespenst des Kapitals.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The black swan -- Idyll of the market I -- Time and capital -- Idyll of the market II -- Economic and social reproduction -- Fault zone.
Summary In his brilliant interdisciplinary analysis of the global financial crisis, Joseph Vogl aims to demystify finance capitalism-with its bewildering array of new instruments-by tracing the historical stages through which the financial market achieved its current autonomy. Classical and neoclassical economic theorists have played a decisive role here. Ignoring early warnings about the instability of speculative finance markets, they have persisted in their belief in the inherent equilibrium of the market, describing even major crises as mere aberrations or adjustments and rationalizing dubious fin.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9780804792967 (electronic bk.)
0804792968 (electronic bk.)
9780804789042
0804789045
9780804792929
0804792925
OCLC # 887802904
Additional Format Print version: Vogl, Joseph. Gespenst des Kapitals. English. Specter of capital 9780804789042 (DLC) 2014008592 (OCoLC)872562225.


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