Neoliberal State and accumulation by dispossession on behalf of glocal financial capital

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Marco Antonio Merchand Rojas


The general aim of this work is to analyze why accumulation by dispossession is one of the modalities that are indiscriminately implemented in all areas of the world economy and represents the best way to stabilize the capitalist system on behalf of financial capital and againstthe workforce. The conditionsunder which the capital is imposed in each economic area differin their methods and ways of reproducing, in spite of its intrinsic character of disposing or outsourcing what is internalized for the benefit of a few (especially for the owners of capital) applies equally in all countries, regardless of whether we are talking about a country of high or low development. Examples abound, we only mention some cases: the financial crisis of 2008, which has meant the greatest insult to the people of the United States and of course the case of Mexico where for over thirty years, policies of adjustment and stabilization are applied with an irreversible negative effect on the socio-economic welfare of the population.


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