The Internationalization of Capital: Imperialism and Capitalist Development on a World Scale

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The Internationalization of Capital explores the nature of capitalist expansion, providing a wealth of up-to-date empirical data combined with incisive theoretical analyses of the dynamics of international capitalism within a comparative-historical framework. The unique combination of theory and extensive data on the labor force structures of various countries makes this work engaging reading for all who are interested in the class basis of conflicts and crises in the world economy.

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This book explores the nature of capitalist expansion, providing a wealth of up-to-date empirical data combined with incisive theoretical analyses of the dynamics on international capitalism within a comparative-historical framework. The author uses a class analysis approach to the social, economic, and political problems of Third World countries, as well as those of Europe, North America, and other advanced capitalist states.

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Contents

THE LOGIC OF INTERNATIONAL CAPITALIST
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TRANSNATIONAL PRODUCTION AND THE RISE
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IMPERIALISM AND CAPITALIST DEVELOPMENT
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About the author (1987)

BERCH BERBEROGLU has published two previous books: Turkey in Crisis: From State Capitalism to Neo-Colonialism and India: National Liberation and Class Struggles.

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