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Taking control of the future of the city

What are cities? How do they work? Ruth Lorimer asks basic questions that outline a fresh Marxist approach to grasping what neoliberal capitalism is doing to our urban spaces. 1,809 more words

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David Harvey - The End of Capitalism?

“David Harvey, Professor of Geography and Anthropology
Graduate Center, City University of New York.

Three years after the near collapse of global financial markets, America is still struggling with unemployment, debt, and foreclosure, European governments are teetering on the brink of bankruptcy—and the world’s billionaires are getting richer faster than ever before. 66 more words

A second MINT for STEP

STEP only has a presence in one of the four fast developing MINT nations – a chapter in Mexico, with no presence for STEP in… 721 more words

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Is there an alternative to neo-liberal capitalism?

I have attended a number of lectures and events on neo-liberalism and the problems of capitalism over the last few months (see here, here… 532 more words

Book review: Seventeen Contradictions and the End of Capitalism, by David Harvey

If you’re sick of capitalism, here’s some good news. The dogma that has become default could yet collapse in the face of growing popular loathing, according to David Harvey, a distinguished professor at the City University of New York, who highlights “episodic volcanic eruptions of popular anger”, in London (2011), Stockholm (2013), Istanbul (2013) and a hundred Brazilian cities (2013). 8 more words

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Novara TV interview with David Harvey

David Harvey talks to Aaron Bastani on Novara TV about contemporary capitalism, crisis, social movements and his new book.

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