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The paper measures the rate of profit and its components in Canadian manufacturing for 1950 ‐ 1981. The rate of profit has been reduced by rises in the real wage and the technical composition of capital, partially offset by a devaluation in the means of production and a reduction in turnover...
The recent crisis in the North American economy is rooted in the disintegration of a particular model of capital accumulation known as Fordism. Using the empirical context of the auto industry in Canada the paper analyses the development and subsequent breakdown of Fordism and the forms taken by...
Book reviewed in this article: D. Harvey, Studies in the History and Theory of Capitalist Urbanization: Vol. 1, Consciousness and the Urban Experience; Vol. 2, The Urbanization of Capital. R. D. Sack, Human Territoriality. Its Theory and History. D. Pepper and A. Jenkins (Eds.), The Geography of...
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