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WHAT DOES NEOCAPITALISM MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Neo-Capitalism is an economic ideology which blends some elements of capitalism with other systems. The new capitalism was new compared to the capitalism in the era before World War II. The term neo-capitalism was first used in the late 1950s and early 1960s by French and Belgian left-wing writers, including André Gorz and Leo Michielsen. It was popularized in English by the Marxist Ernest Mandel in works such as An Introduction to Marxist Economic Theory. In the 1970s, sociologist Michael Miller started using "neo-Capitalism" to refer to the Continental European blend of expansive private enterprise, extensive social-welfare programs and selective government intervention whereby organized labor works in partnership with government and private industry to negotiate and implement general wage levels and government spending across the economy in return for avoiding strikes and labor unrest.
The translations of neocapitalism from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «neocapitalism» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «NEOCAPITALISM» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «neocapitalism» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «neocapitalism» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about neocapitalism
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NEOCAPITALISM»
Discover the use of neocapitalism in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to neocapitalism and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
America ... America ... Or Is It?
Under the tenets of Neocapitalism, there would be no taxes and hence no profits
of ruling the state, and therefore shares wouldn't be needed or of any value.
Criminals would be tried by the courts. Civil order would be kept by the State
Savo Bojicic, 2010
Habits of the Heart: Individualism and Commitment in ...
The culture of individualism, then, has made no small contribution to the rise of
the ideology we called neocapitalism in chapter 10 of Habits. There we drew a
picture of the American political situation that has turned out not to be entirely ...
Elliott Robert N Bellah, Robert Neelly Bellah, Steven M. Tipton, William M. Sullivan, Richard Madsen, Ann Swidler, Richard Madsen, 2007
Biopolitics and Social Change in Italy: From Gramsci to ...
6 A new term that became fashionable in the 1960s describing the expansion of
large national corporations, state intervention, and mass consumption, “
neocapitalism” represents for Pasolini the overreaching force that is subsuming
the minds ...
Andrea Righi, 2011
The Civil Society Reader
Individualism and Neocapitalism The culture of individualism, then, has made no
small contribution to the rise of the ideology we called neocapitalism in chapter
10 of Habits. There we drew a picture of the American political situation that has ...
Virginia Hodgkinson, Michael W. Foley, 2009
Western Society in Transition
It reached from the moderate interventionism of neocapitalism (particularly in the
United States, but also in Switzerland) to reformist socialism (early in Sweden)
and labor politics in Great Britain. These two main forms — neocapitalism and ...
Volker Bornschier, 1996
Capitalism and the State in Modern France: Renovation and ...
Before examining neocapitalism, a few observations about industrial
developments in the 1920s are in order. The resurgence of Saint- Simonianism
among capitalists as well as syndicalists corresponded to certain economic
trends. The late ...
Richard F. Kuisel, 1983
The New Spirit of Capitalism
A century after the publication of Max Weber's The Protestant Ethic and the "Spirit" of Capitalism, a major new work examines network-based organization, employee autonomy and post-Fordist horizontal work structures.
Luc Boltanski, Eve Chiapello, 2005
Education and the Rise of the Global Economy
By the 1990s, free market ideas of neocapitalism were being applied to all
aspects of life including schools. Differing from the laissez-faire traditions of the
19th century, neocapitalism calls for government intervention to promote and
Joel Spring, 1998
The Project of Autonomy: Politics and Architecture Within ...
ln the 1960s, neocapitalism became the organic link between the capitalist
system of accumulation and the programs of the welfare state. lf traditional
competitive capitalism had focused in a rudimentary way on the accumulation of
profits by ...
Pier Vittorio Aureli, 2008
Between Hollywood and Moscow: The Italian Communists and the ...
view the backward elements in the Italian system were still strong, and
neocapitalism was a long way from having resolved them. Albeit with some
modification, the national task of the working class in seeking to propose
solutions to ...
Stephen Gundle, 2000
9 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «NEOCAPITALISM»
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A Guide to Thesis Writing That Is a Guide to Life
This sort of vertigo of accumulation, a neocapitalism of information, happens to many.” Many of us suffer from an accelerated version of this ... «The New Yorker, Apr 15»
The Slow Death of the University
But this is not the same as regarding yourself as a service station for neocapitalism. In fact, you would tackle society's needs a great deal more ... «Chronicle of Higher Education, Apr 15»
Freedom Regained by Julian Baggini review – the question of free will
"Neocapitalism?" WTF? These stupid jabs at Dawkins have to stop. They're tedious and they never fail to misinterpret him from the very start. «The Guardian, Apr 15»
h+ Media | Brain Computer Interfaces - From Lab to Living Room …
... by resonating with lauded cultural values—neocapitalism, neoliberalist ideals, transhumanist futures, reductive science, and data infatuation. «h+ Magazine, Mar 15»
2 Hong Kong college students emerge as leaders in mass protest
Lee's "Politics of Culture" class, which delves into Marxist theories and neocapitalism, is popular among young activists, and Shum appealed to ... «Los Angeles Times, Oct 14»
The Artist Who Vandalized Prada Marfa Pens an Open Letter …
I questioned neocapitalism. I questioned colonization. I questioned celebritism. I questioned; How about helping America? I chose glitter shoes ... «Complex.com, Mar 14»
Coca-Cola is not yesterday, Coca-Cola is tomorrow: Muhtar Kent …
... exclusive conversation he recently had with CD. Kent bubbles over his rise from the ranks while pouring a sparkling dose of neocapitalism ... «Economic Times, Dec 13»
Ayn Rand: Patron saint or soulless capitalist?
Unfortunately, Rand's neocapitalism has gone far off the course defined by Adam Smith, morphing into a tacit conspiracy binding conservative ... «MarketWatch, Aug 12»
Workers in Neocapitalist Romania
And more sharply, he argues that this is not postsocialism but neocapitalism -- a system that reinterprets the main principles of capitalism in a ... «Monthly Review, Jun 11»
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