Conditions and Causal Mechanisms of Large-scale Contentious Politics in Authoritarian Regimes

A Multimethod Analysis of Middle East and North Africa Countries, 2010-2012

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Publisher
Presses universitaires de Louvain
Author
Priscilla Álamos-Concha,
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Language
English
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POL000000 POLITICAL SCIENCE
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JPA Political science & theory
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3283 SCIENCES POLITIQUES
Title First Published
23 May 2019
Subject Scheme Identifier Code
: Relations internationales
: Sciences politiques et affaires publiques

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Publication Date
13 March 2019
ISBN-13
9782875870575
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Front matter page count (Roman) : 60
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98632
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15 x 22 cm
Weight
99 grams
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Contents


Introduction


1. Labour and value
1.1 Labour in capitalist society
1.2 Value as indirectly social labour 


2. The debate concerning commodities and productive labour
2.1 Traditional approaches 
2.1.1 The exclusion of circulation and supervisory activities 
2.1.2 The exclusion of immaterial services
2.2 An alternative approach 
2.2.1 Principles
2.2.2 A reply to two objections
2.2.3 Relevance of the two concepts of productive labour 
2.2.4 Productive labour and social classes 


3. The debate concerning more productive, more intensive or
skilled labour
3.1 Traditional approaches
3.1.1 The creation of value 
3.1.2 The effect on the rate of surplus value
3.2 An alternative approach 
3.2.1 Critical comments on traditional approaches
3.2.2 Alternative principles
3.2.3 Physical exploitation and economic exploitation


4. The debate concerning wages and the value of labour-power
4.1 Traditional approaches 
4.2 An alternative approach
4.2.1 Principles 
4.2.2 Criticism of competing views 


5. Conclusion
5.1 A short synthesis 
5.2 Impact in the field of Marxist economic theory 
5.3 Impact in the ideological and socio-political field 

Appendix
6.1 Clarification of some basic concepts 
6.1.1 Value, simple price, market price
6.1.2 New value, revenue created, revenue obtained
6.1.3 Surplus value, surplus revenue, profit
6.2 Two concepts of necessary labour in Marx 
6.2.1 The transfers of surplus revenue between enterprises 
6.2.2 Two definitions of necessary labour in Marx


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VALUE and PRODUCTIVE LABOUR