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UNPRODUCTIVE ACCUMULATION IN THE UNITED STATES: A NEW ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK

@inproceedings{Rotta2017UNPRODUCTIVEAI,
  title={UNPRODUCTIVE ACCUMULATION IN THE UNITED STATES: A NEW ANALYTICAL FRAMEWORK},
  author={Tomas Nielsen Rotta},
  year={2017}
}
In this paper I offer an innovative analysis of unproductive accumulation in the United States economy from 1947 to 2011. I develop a new theoretical and empirical framework to analyze the accumulation of capital in its productive and unproductive forms. I also develop a methodology to compute Marxist categories predicated on the idea that the production of knowledge and information is an unproductive activity that relies on the creation of knowledge-rents. In particular, I provide new… Expand
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