عنوان الكتاب:  “الأزمة اللامتناهية

     كيف أنتج رأس المال الأحتكاري للتمويل  الركود والاضطراب

     من الولايات المتحدة وحتى الصين”

لغة النشر:  اللغة الانجليزية

المـــؤلفان:  جون فوستر و روبرت ماكينزي

الناشر:     المونثلي ريفيو

“The authors carefully develop a powerful case that the normal state of ‘really existing capitalist economies,’ increasingly dominated by multinational megacorporations along with associated financialization, is not growth with occasional recession, but rather stagnation with occasional escapes that have diminishing prospects. Hence an ‘endless crisis,’ endless in both time and space, including China. And a crisis that is heading towards disaster unless there is a radical change of course. This valuable inquiry should be carefully studied and pondered, and should be taken as an incentive to action.”
—Noam Chomsky
“In the distinguished tradition of Paul Baran and Paul Sweezy, Foster and McChesney here combine grim analysis with bleak prognosis, reminding us that monopoly  power disappeared from the textbooks but not from real life. This is a useful book for anyone raised on the reflexive American optimism of the post-war years.”
—James K. Galbraith, author, Inequality and Instability
“Beyond thought-provoking, well-written, and interesting … When you finish this book you cannot but ask the question: ‘When do we get serious about a strategy for the Left to respond to the system of modern day robber-barons that Foster and McChesney so well analyze?’”
—Bill Fletcher, Jr., BlackCommentator.com
“A compelling discussion of the central economic reality of our time: that the Wall Street collapse and Great Recession of 2007-09 was a human calamity whose effects are ongoing. Foster and McChesney explore the underlying causes of the crisis as a result of the normal operations of capitalism in its contemporary neoliberal variant.”
—Robert Pollin, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
“The most important book yet to appear on stagnation, the central problem of modern economic reality. Essential reading for serious liberal, heterodox, radical, and all open-minded economic thinkers.”
—Gar Alperovitz, author, America Beyond Capitalism
“Very effectively integrates analysis of the development, character, and impact of monopoly-finance capital, which includes the now global and immense reserve army of labor, and with stagnation tendencies harder and harder to overcome. They also demonstrate well the urgency of working class organization on a global basis.”
—Edward S. Herman, University of Pennsylvania

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John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney
The Endless Crisis :: Monthly Review

John Bellamy Foster and Robert W. McChesney more on Economics, Global Economic Crisis
The Endless Crisis

John Bellamy Foster is editor of Monthly Review and professor of sociology at the University of
Oregon.

Robert W. McChesney is Gutgsell Endowed Professor of Communication at the University
of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

* It Was Copied From “The Monthly Review” .