Nonviolent political economy: a research and teaching agenda

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In this introductory article some of the great heresies of the heterodox economists are explained (as well as those of anthropologists, biologists, historians, political scientists, philosophers, etc.). These go beyond the narrow disciplinary frameworks (and emerge as examples of universalist thought), and thus broaden the perspectives of economic thought towards a nonviolent political economy. This broadening occurs in the following directions: a) diagnoses of conventional economic theory; b) ideas of a nonviolent political economy; c) amplified views about social conflict; d) bioeconomics and its derivatives; e) moral economy; f) the political economy of love and other non-egoistic motivations; and g) elaborated models of individual and collective choice.
Idioma originalInglés
Título de la publicación alojadaNonviolent Political Economy
Subtítulo de la publicación alojadaTheory and Applications
EditoresFreddy Cante Maldonado
Lugar de publicaciónReino Unido
EditorialRoutledge
Capítulox
Páginas1-24
Número de páginas24
EdiciónPrimera
ISBN (versión digital)9781315145105
DOI
EstadoPublicada - jun 2019

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Cante Maldonado, F. E., & Lima, L. (2019). Nonviolent political economy: a research and teaching agenda. En F. Cante Maldonado (Ed.), Nonviolent Political Economy: Theory and Applications (Primera ed., pp. 1-24). Reino Unido: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315145105
Cante Maldonado, Fredy Eduardo ; Lima, Lucas . / Nonviolent political economy: a research and teaching agenda. Nonviolent Political Economy: Theory and Applications. editor / Freddy Cante Maldonado. Primera. ed. Reino Unido : Routledge, 2019. pp. 1-24
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Cante Maldonado, FE & Lima, L 2019, Nonviolent political economy: a research and teaching agenda. En F Cante Maldonado (ed.), Nonviolent Political Economy: Theory and Applications. Primera ed., Routledge, Reino Unido, pp. 1-24. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315145105

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Nonviolent Political Economy: Theory and Applications. ed. / Freddy Cante Maldonado. Primera. ed. Reino Unido : Routledge, 2019. p. 1-24.

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