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  • n. Alternative form of financialization.


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  • Reliable sources acknowledge that the global financial crisis has everything to do with the market failure of "financialisation" - the attempt to turn finance itself into a consumer item.

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  • The disaster that commenced in 2007, on the other hand, has affected the core of the global financial and economic system, mainly the EU, the US and the UK.All three crises have been associated with the so-called financialisation of capitalism, and hence exhibit common patterns.

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  • To claim that "financialisation" (the increased prevalence of producing "value" by passing capital through financial instruments and institutions) is an overarching structure that determines the shape of the university, especially in the UC, California State University

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  • Yet one shouldn't dismiss the specificity of how "financialisation" feeds into this narrative of exception and the broader crisis of capitalist reproduction.

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  • As the economy has become more dependent on "financialisation" (the move away from investment in actual production towards financial speculation) for growth, the gap between rich and poor has grown wider and wider.

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  • A new model beyond "financialisation" is needed, says Saskia Sassen.

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  • A very European critique of a process of 'financialisation' of the economy that has sown distrust, generated supervision costs and made co-operation, ...

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  • He is telling them about the bursting of the "huge bubble" caused by what he calls the "financialisation" of the British economy.

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  • We feel this is a book that will appeal to academic specialists not enamoured of class analysis as well as radicals with a deep seated knowledge of social antagonism wishing to enhance their take on 'financialisation' and 'securitisation'.

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  • It's in this context that we can talk about the "financialisation" of capital, whereby speculation in currencies and financial instruments becomes a domain unto itself, detached from any immediate relation with production or even commerce.

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