Economy

SHAPING INDUSTRY FROM THE LEFT IN EUROPE

Country report Croatia
In 2015 a group of politicians, scientists, activists and trade union representatives reflected on solutions for the multiple crises in Europe. The environmental world crisis as well as the un-employment of millions of Europeans are raising significant challenges.
Tags: Economy, EU, Rad

SHAPING INDUSTRY FROM THE LEFT IN EUROPE

Country report Bulgaria
In 2015 a group of politicians, scientists, activists and trade union representatives reflected on solutions for the multiple crises in Europe.The environmental world crisis as well as the un-employment of millions of Europeans are raising significant challenges.
Tags: Economy, EU, Rad

Corporate Imperialism

The Zones of Exploitation in Serbia
This book is presenting an initial illustration and critique of corporate imperialism: based on discovered data, the author will expose how it manifests itself in Serbia and in what ways Serbian economic policy surrenders to corporate interests.
17.10.2015
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Hatzova 16, Zagreb, Croatia
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Class, Class Theory, Class Struggle

Few concepts developed by Marx and the many theoretical and political currents claiming continuity with his critical project can rival ‘class’ in their distinctive association with Marxism in all its contested plurality. Yet, the widespread consensus on the centrality of the concept for Marxism, shared by both proponents and detractors, is significantly...

LINES OF (DIS)CONTINUITY

Research Paper Series of Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung Southeast Europe No.3
The process of restauration of capitalist relations, which arguably began already during a nominally socialist social system, entered a new phase with the disintegration of the Yugoslav Federation. The spheres of ideology and institutionalized policy were henceforth shaped solely by various versions of capitalist socio-economic relations. The institution...
24.06.2015
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Belgrade, Serbia
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Thinking Beyond Capitalism


 

SITUATING MIGRATION IN TRANSITION

Temporal, Structural, and Conceptual Transformations of Migrations. Sketches from Bulgaria.
Transition can have many meanings. In the Bulgarian context, and generally in post-socialist contexts, Transition contains in itself the dialectic between a pleasure yet-to-come and the necessary painful path to it. The desired end in sight is often identified with utopian images of what constitutes liberal democracy as entwined in capitalist structures...

IDENTITIES. JOURNAL FOR POLITICS, GENDER AND CULTURE

Volume 11, 2015.
IDENTITIES is a peer reviewed international journal that seeks to serve as a platform for the theoretical production of Southeastern Europe and enable its visibility and an opening for international debate with authors from both the "intellectual centers" and the "intellectual margins" of the world.
17.10.2014.
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Zagreb, Croatia
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Capital, the State and European Integration

Seminar, 17 - 19 October 2015
Until too long ago, even amongst parts of the left the historic decline of the relevance of the state was taken as a 'given'. Under the umbrella of 'globalization theory' far-reaching proclamations on deep tectonic shifts were the height of fashion. At closer inspection, however, the impatiently sweeping character of many such generalizations more often...

FROM MIGRATION TO DEPORTATION

Contributions to the Critical Analysis of the Policy Against Roma Migrants in Europe.
For centuries many Roma communities have lived at the economic and social margins. Nowadays, at the European periphery, their position becomes even more precarious due to the consequences of the economic crisis. European Union is intensifying the restrictions against precarious migrant workers and asylum seekers from the war-torn and post war regions and...