The New Agrarian Question

In rebuilding the unity of the ‘labour front’, Amin also writes about labour and demonstrates its worsening condition through the rising casualisation, informalisation, and flexibilisation. He also considers the new agrarian question and the impending, disastrous changes that may affect the lives of more than 3 billion peasants in the developing world. It concludes by proposing a united front that gathers all social and political forces to reconstruct an internationalism for people.

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Economic Change – 3

In the third post on Douglass North’s Understanding the Process of Economic Change, I present his ideas on the role of demographic change, order, impersonal exchange, and political factors in economic evolution.