Against capital in the twenty first century edited by john asimakopoulos and richard gilman opalsky does not fulfill that role but it is very close to doing so its position is perhaps anterior to a logical point of view and chronological order. Against capital in the twenty first century presents a diversity of analyses and visions opposed to the idea that capital should have yet the latter has recently confirmed that the system of capital is deeply bound up in ever growing inequality without challenging the continuance of that system. Capital in the twenty first century is a 2013 book by french economist thomas piketty it focuses on wealth and income inequality in europe and the united states since the 18th century it was initially published in french as le capital au xxie sicle in august 2013 an english translation by arthur goldhammer followed in april 2014. Thomas pikettys capital in the twenty first century is a weighty book replete with good information on the flows of income transfers of wealth and the distribution of financial resources in some of the worlds wealthiest countries but it is not a very sound guide to policy and despite its great ambitions his book is not the accomplished work of high theory that its title length and . Prices including delivery for against capital in the twenty first century a reader of radical undercurrents by john asimakopoulos isbn 9781439913581
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