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Is Capitalism Sustainable? : Political Economy and the Politics of Ecology

Is Capitalism Sustainable? : Political Economy and the Politics of Ecology

Is Capitalism Sustainable? : Political Economy and the Politics of Ecology

Is Capitalism Sustainable? : Political Economy and the Politics of Ecology Paperback - 1994

by Martin O'Connor

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A long line of ecological economists have seen the economy not as a circular flow of exchange value, a merry-go-round between producers and consumers, but rather as the one-way entropic throughput of energy and materials.

About the author

Martin O'Connor, a Lecturer in Economics at the University of Auckland in New Zealand, specializes in the fields of environment, development, and social sciences epistemology. He holds research degrees in physics, sociology, development/philosophy, and economics.