The Un-sustainability of Neo-liberalism Theses from a viewpoint of social/global ecology in the year 2006 Cover Image
  • Price 4.00 €

The Un-sustainability of Neo-liberalism Theses from a viewpoint of social/global ecology in the year 2006
The Un-sustainability of Neo-liberalism Theses from a viewpoint of social/global ecology in the year 2006

Author(s): Vladimir Lay
Subject(s): Supranational / Global Economy, Economic policy, International relations/trade, Political economy, Human Ecology, EU-Accession / EU-DEvelopment, Financial Markets, Fiscal Politics / Budgeting
Published by: Centar za politološka istraživanja
Summary/Abstract: People are in pursuit of material growth – higher standards of living; Material growth has limitations – the planet Earth has its own biological/ chemical/physical holistic natural standards of reproduction of life, not always entirely discernible but solid nonetheless. The human race has, throughout history, systematically pursued the increase of material standards, constructing a network of goods and services designed to increase the standards of living, regardless of systems of belief, ideologies, social practices of reproduction of living, and even the relationship between work and capital.

  • Page Range: 173-185
  • Page Count: 13
  • Publication Year: 2007
  • Language: English