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[In 2006, on the twentieth anniversary of Spain’s accession to the European Communities, the President of the Government of Spain wrote:
Twenty years is a sufficiently long period to enable us to take stock of what has been achieved. It has undoubtedly been a positive experience for both Spain...
[This chapter lays the theoretical groundwork for the analysis that follows in the next four chapters. In it, our overriding concern is to explain the necessity of crisis in capitalism, the periodic appearance of crisis in the form of the overaccumulation of capital, and the relation between...
[Chapter 1 of this book outlined a relatively general and abstract theoretical approach to understanding the crisis-ridden development of global capitalism — largely from the perspective of the advanced or ‘classical’ capitalist countries. With this chapter, then, we begin our more focused...
[With this chapter, we begin our examination of the uneven development of capitalist production within Spain in the decades following the crises of the 1970s, and its relation within the uneven development of national and regional spaces of accumulation within Europe. In so doing, we endorse the...
[Writing in the British newspaper The Guardian in June 2012, an emeritus professor of international banking and finance at Barcelona’s prestigious ESADE business school gave his own verdict on the roots of the crisis:
Spain’s banking crisis did not come out of the blue. In the 1990s the Spanish...
[The European South is mired in a profound crisis of overaccumulation — a reality that, sadly, demonstrates the veracity of the analysis provided in the preceding four chapters of this book. Thus far, we have located the development of capitalism in Spain within the crisis-ridden development of...
[Marx’s theory of crisis has not lost any of its veracity. The necessity of crisis is, and will always be, an integral feature of the capitalist form of social reproduction.]
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