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Financialising Biopower (2): The Rise of the New Biopolitics

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According to its conceptual inventor, Michel Foucault, biopolitics designate every political strategy that aims at governing, administering, modifying, directing, and modeling the life itself through intervention of it by means of truth-knowledge, practice, institution, and law.

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Financialising Biopower (1): The New Logic of Financialisation in the Era of Sustainability

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The primary objective of this research is to attempt at constructing a model to understand and to map out the contemporary diagram of biopolitics in the aftermath of crisis.

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Congress Excessively Financialized Our Economy Creating Financial Crisis & More Poverty

John Maynard Keynes – British economist – Father of Keynesian Economics
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We have “automatic stabilizer” to counteract recessions. I believe we need”automatic stabilizers” to counter act “irrational exuberance” and bubble formation” 13,185 more words
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[#120.2] Avi Baranes on financialization, mergers, and innovation from an (old) institutional economics perspective

https://punkonomicsdotorg.files.wordpress.com/2016/04/punkonomics-4-6-2016-pt-2.mp3

Part 2 of our conversation with Avi. We definitely need him back ASAP for more!
Special guest: Avi Baranes on financialization in general, and the pharmaceutical industry in particular…
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Podcasts

The Root of Rising Inequality: Our "Lawnmower" Economy (hint: we're the lawn), by Charles Hugh Smith

In a global economy in which debt is the foundation (see Debtonomics Archive), it should come as no surprise that debt merchants have done better than most. 274 more words

Government

Tax & Financialisation*

When Snowden showed us that our fears of mass surveillance were justified, one of the most palpable responses was outrage: but not from the masses being watched (1). 1,120 more words

Financialization

Finance and Food - W16.5

In a recent article in the Journal of Peasant Studies (2014, vol. 41, no. 5, 797-814), Jennifer Clapp examines the political implications of the increased financialization of the global food system. 489 more words

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