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Polanyi’s Double Movement and the Reconstruction of Critical Theory

This essay will attempt to develop a theoretical reconstruction of Polanyi’s double movement concept – showing the theoretical foundations on which it rests and arguing that this reconstructed theory of the double movement has the potential to be an important … Continue reading

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Institutions, Politics and Culture – a Polanyian Perspective on Economic Change

Karl Polanyi’s The Great Transformation is a powerful historical and moral critique of those great changes in societies that he sought to characterize and to explain in terms of the attempt to establish self-regulating markets. The notion of a ‘self-regulating … Continue reading

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Going Global – The Transnational Politics of the Dalit Movement

This article analyses the involvement of the Dalits (formerly ‘untouchables’) in the World Social Forum (WSF) processes. The focus will be on one networked organization in particular, the National Campaign for Dalit Human Rights (NCDHR) as a key organization which … Continue reading

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