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Hdl Handle:
http://hdl.handle.net/10757/332788
Title:
Neoliberal slavery and the immperial connection
Authors:
Castellano Masías, Pedro
Citation:
Castellano-Masias, P. (2013). Neoliberal slavery and the imperial connection. Sinergia E InnovacióN, 1(08). Consultado de http://revistas.upc.edu.pe/index.php/sinergia/article/view/90
Publisher:
Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC)
Journal:
Sinergia e Innovación
Issue Date:
14-Oct-2014
Additional Links:
http://revistas.upc.edu.pe/index.php/sinergia/article/view/90
Abstract:
Neoliberal economy has been developed under promises of grater freedom and progress,paradoxically the capacity for human degradation within the logic of neoliberalcapitalism goes far beyond dominant criticism. It is not only that there is degradation ofwork life as a result of Taylorism and automation, not only greater ecological perils dueto the greenhouse effects of industrial performance, and it is not the case just thatinternational arrangements of the economic foster poverty and exclusion at theperiphery of capitalist neo-liberalism. We are experiencing now a radicalization ofhuman degradation in unexpected proportions to the point that slavery has come back tosupport economic growth and wealth accumulation, even though slavery is forbiddenalmost everywhere, reality is that in today’s world the economy is fed by slave work.In this paper we study the ways neo-liberalism has allowed for the development of anenslaving economical system. First at all we shall review the main evidences of what Icall the enslaving economy, second we shall move to discuss the Dynamics ofNeoliberal Slavery differentiating the Micro-Dynamics, Macro-Dynamics, and theMeso-Dynamics of Neoliberal Slavery. Finally it is presented proposals to face the fastgrowing development of slavery including interventions in organizations, education,political action, etc.
Type:
info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Rights:
info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
Language:
eng
Keywords:
Neoliberal; Slavery
ISSN:
2306-6431

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dc.contributor.authorCastellano Masías, Pedrospa
dc.date.accessioned2014-10-15T21:29:43Z-
dc.date.available2014-10-15T21:29:43Z-
dc.date.issued2014-10-14-
dc.identifier.citationCastellano-Masias, P. (2013). Neoliberal slavery and the imperial connection. Sinergia E InnovacióN, 1(08). Consultado de http://revistas.upc.edu.pe/index.php/sinergia/article/view/90spa
dc.identifier.issn2306-6431-
dc.description.abstractNeoliberal economy has been developed under promises of grater freedom and progress,paradoxically the capacity for human degradation within the logic of neoliberalcapitalism goes far beyond dominant criticism. It is not only that there is degradation ofwork life as a result of Taylorism and automation, not only greater ecological perils dueto the greenhouse effects of industrial performance, and it is not the case just thatinternational arrangements of the economic foster poverty and exclusion at theperiphery of capitalist neo-liberalism. We are experiencing now a radicalization ofhuman degradation in unexpected proportions to the point that slavery has come back tosupport economic growth and wealth accumulation, even though slavery is forbiddenalmost everywhere, reality is that in today’s world the economy is fed by slave work.In this paper we study the ways neo-liberalism has allowed for the development of anenslaving economical system. First at all we shall review the main evidences of what Icall the enslaving economy, second we shall move to discuss the Dynamics ofNeoliberal Slavery differentiating the Micro-Dynamics, Macro-Dynamics, and theMeso-Dynamics of Neoliberal Slavery. Finally it is presented proposals to face the fastgrowing development of slavery including interventions in organizations, education,political action, etc.eng
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dc.language.isoengspa
dc.publisherUniversidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC)spa
dc.relation.urlhttp://revistas.upc.edu.pe/index.php/sinergia/article/view/90spa
dc.rightsinfo:eu-repo/semantics/openAccessspa
dc.subjectNeoliberalspa
dc.subjectSlaveryspa
dc.titleNeoliberal slavery and the immperial connectionspa
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dc.identifier.journalSinergia e Innovaciónspa
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