Upcoming

2017 Review of Capital as Power Essay Prize

January 31, 2018

The Review of Capital as Power (RECASP) announces an annual essay prize on the subject of capital as power. The best paper will receive a prize of $2000. A prize of $500 will be awarded to the second best contribution, while a $300 prize will be given to the third best article. Submitted articles should … Read More

Past

First Speaker Series on the Capitalist Mode of Power

December 22, 2013

*** The First Speaker Series on the Capitalist Mode of Power was sponsored by the York Department of Political Science and the Graduate Programme in Social and Political Thought. Talks were held at York University, Toronto, Canada and the series ran from October to November 2013 *** Tuesday, Oct 29, 2013 Can Capitalists Afford Recovery? Economic Policy … Read More

3rd Annual Conference – Capitalizing Power: The qualities and quantities of accumulation

June 26, 2013

Power from Above, Power from Below — Tim Di Muzio & Jonathan Nitzan   No Way Out: Crime, Punishment & the Capitalization of Power — by Jonathan Nitzan   New Dynamics of Power — Jeffrey Harrod & Herman Schwartz   Restructuring Against Resistance — Joseph Baines   What Happened to the Bondholding Class? — Sandy … Read More

2nd Annual Conference – The Capitalist Mode of Power: Past, Present, Future

June 26, 2013

Session I: STATE POWER, Forum on Capital as Power 2011 Session II: BANKING, MONEY, FINANCE (Part 1), Forum on Capital as Power 2011 SESSION III: KEYNOTE ADDRESSES, Bob Jessop & Randall Wray, Forum on Capital as Power 2011   SESSION IV: BUSINESS POWER, Forum on Capital as Power 2011   SESSION V: BANKING, MONEY, FINANCE … Read More

1st Annual Conference – Crisis of Capital, Crisis of Theory

May 13, 2013

Session I: THE VALUE CONTROVERSY, Forum on Capital as Power 2011 Session II: CRISIS OF CAPITAL, CRISIS OF THEORY, Forum on Capital as Power 2010 Session III: SYSTEMIC FEAR, MODERN FINANCE AND THE FUTURE OF CAPITALISM, Forum on Capital as Power 2010 Session IV: CRISIS, Forum on Capital as Power 2010 Session V: METHODS AND INSTITUTIONS, Forum on Capital as Power … Read More

No Way Out: Crime, Punishment & the Capitalization of Power

November 12, 2012

Presentation at the Department of Political Science, York University. 12 November   The United States is often hailed as the world’s largest ‘free market’. But this ‘free market’ is also the world’s largest penal colony. It holds over seven million adults – roughly five per cent of the labour force – in jail, in prison, on parole and … Read More