The Coal Crisis in Appalachia: Agrarian Transformation, Commodity Frontiers and the Geographies of Capital

@article{Marley2016TheCC,
  title={The Coal Crisis in Appalachia: Agrarian Transformation, Commodity Frontiers and the Geographies of Capital},
  author={B. Marley},
  journal={Journal of Agrarian Change},
  year={2016},
  volume={16},
  pages={225-254}
}
  • B. Marley
  • Published 2016
  • Economics
  • Journal of Agrarian Change
Capital's commodity frontiers strategy has at once woven together regional differences within an expanding world-system and remade the productive and reproductive activities of humans and the rest of nature. The development of successive commodity frontiers gave way to long waves of economic expansion that have been pivotal to accelerating accumulation and transcending capital's recurrent crises. In short, commodity frontiers are constitutive of world-ecological moments premised on booms and… Expand
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