monopoly capitalism

monopoly capitalism

(MARXISM) that form or state of capitalism (see also ADVANCED CAPITALISM) in which concentrations of capital have brought about the development of cartels and monopolies which are able to manipulate and restrict the workings of a free competitive market.
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Flow can be a "turn", after all, considering that neoliberalism should be viewed simply as an extension of monopoly capitalism, its latest expression?
Amongst institutionalist and neoMarxian economists, the notion of monopoly capitalism has for many decades been widely accepted.
Trump's rhetoric of making America great again, of making America first by upholding ultranationalism and monopoly capitalism, signals another alarming trend: fascism,' Bayan said.
Emphasis is on the agencyAEs cultural, political, and social history and its role in the development of American monopoly capitalism.
Currently state monopoly capitalism and the Crown dictatorship functions to featherbed the rich, propertied people and finance and global capitalism.
Yet we live under the political and cultural hegemony of monopoly capitalism, a system that maintains that economic growth is the solution to all social problems and relies on unsustainable growth for its continued existence.
He adds: "A key word in the stonemason's buried message was 'Trust',' a doing word that once emphasised honesty and loyalty but which had become a noun synonymous with corporate dishonesty and greed under monopoly capitalism.
In fact, even if is true that there are sinful structures (unbridled capitalism, monopoly capitalism, legislation allowing abortion and same-sex marriage, etc.
The US and its western partners support democracy in words, but deny to and negate it at every possible convenience, since democracy is bad for the business of transnational monopoly capitalism.
These include nationalism emphasizing a sense of ethnic and linguistic affinity, centralization of leadership, contempt for democracy that favours decadent culture, idealization of power politics, use of violence against and intimidation of opponents, resorting to manipulated referendums, homophobia, denial of class conflicts, a bias in favour of monopoly capitalism that submits to steering by the state, control of the dissemination of information and centralized state propaganda, and the cult of a strong leader.
He defines surplus monopoly capitalism and what he calls "the imperial rent," abstract labor and the wage-scale fiasco.