Yousef Baker: Prague, Czech Republic, Emergence of the Iraqi Transnational Capitalist Class (TCC)
Three part video of Yousef Baker speaking about his research on the emergence of a fraction of the transnational capitalist class in Iraq. He will have a forthcoming article on this topic and see here more on his recent MA thesis titled Beyond the US Empire: The Political Economy of the Invasion and Occupation of Iraq.
William Carroll: Alternative Policy Groups and Global Civil Society – Networks and Discourses of Counter-Hegemony
Presented at the GSA Conference, University of Victoria, May 6, 2012
Jerry Harris, Transnational Capitalism and Class Formation, NCSGC Conference, Brisbane, June 2013
Jerry Harris gives a talk on transnational class formation and global capitalism. He looks in particular at the differences between the political economist approach to this topic and how network theory sociologists have looked at global capitalism and the transnational capitalist class.
Jerry Harris, Outward Bound: Transnational Capitalism in China, NCSGC Conference, Brisbane, June 2013
Here Jerry Harris discusses the integration of China into global capitalism and in particular the transnational economic and class dynamics of this process. Most of the Q&A’s are also included toward the end of the video.
Jerry Harris: Dystopia and Democracy – Power and the Transnational Capitalist Class
Presented at the GSA Conference, University of Victoria, May 6, 2012
Jerry Harris, Open University of the Left, 11-19-2011, Chicago, IL
The Relationship between Nation-States and Democracy
Jerry Harris: Globalization of Capitalism
Jerry Harris, DeVry University professor and author of The Dialectics of Globalization, Political and Economic Conflict in a Transnational World, explains the growing globalization of transnational capitalism replacing national sovereignty. Presented on November 14, 2008 at the Brecht Forum in New York.
Host, Dr. Lee Artz, talks to Professor, Jerry Davis, about globalization, global capitalism, and the role of information technologies. Author of, The Dialectics of Globalization: Economic and Political Conflict in a Transnational World, Professor Davis, discusses topics that are found in his book. The effects information technologies has had on the working-class was included in the discussion. Dr. Lee Arts, also explores the possible reasons why globalization was created and its effects on the economy. Professor Jerry Harris explores the thoughts of developing a transnational class and the possibilities of having a transnational economy.
Kanishka Jayasuriya, The Savage Wars of the Capitalist Peace: The New Geoeconomics & the Rise of China, NCSGC Conference, Brisbane
In the context of political science literature on “rising powers”, Dr. Jayasuriya examines the weaknesses of nation-state centrism and mainstream thinking on the “rise of china”, and how this ignores the more nuanced shifting socio-economic relations occurring through global capitalism and how this relates to China. To discuss this he looks in particular at the ‘Asian Century White Paper Report’ commissioned by the Australian government of former Prime Minister Julia Gillard.
George Liodakis, Crisis, the Emerging New Stage of Capitalism, and the Need of a Transnational Class Strategy for Social Emancipation, NCSGC Conference, Prague, 2011
Dr. George Liodakis is briefly interviewed and then gives his paper titled “Crisis, the Emerging New Stage of Capitalism, and the Need of a Transnational Class Strategy for Social Emancipation.”
A talk by Dr. Peter Philips, director, Project Censored: 1996-2010, and professor of Sociology at Sonoma State University.
WRCFresnoTV — Project Censored 2014 — Exposing The Financial Core of the Transnational Capitalist Class — Peter Phillips
Georgina Murray and David Peetz, Finance Capital and Climate Change: The Role of Climate Interested Investors
This talk was given in June of 2013 at the “Global Capitalism in Asia and Oceania Conference” at Griffith University in Brisbane. This was the 2nd conference of the Network for Critical Studies of Global Capitalism (NCSGC).
William I. Robinson: teleSUR Interview
An interview with William I. Robinson, professor of sociology at UC Santa Barbara and author of Latin America and Global Capitalism. We talk to him about the VII Summit of the Americas and the historical, economic, and political context it which it takes place.
William I. Robinson: Prague, Czech Republic
Recorded at the 1st “Global Capitalism and Transnational Class Formation” conference in Prague, Czech Republic in September of 2011.
William I. Robinson: Understanding Global Capitalism
Dr. Robinson speaks about his theory of global capitalism. This video was recorded in the Philippines.
William I. Robinson: The Crisis of Global Capitalism
A talk that Dr. Robinson gave in 2009 at the University of California Santa Barbara.
Crisis del capitalismo global – Aristegui CNN 05/02/14
Entevista realizada por Carmen Aristegui a William Robinson
Interview by Gie Goris, editor in chief MO* with Saskia Sassen on the occasion of the release of her latest book: Expulsions. Brutality and Complexity in the Global Economy.
Excerpt from Episode 008 – “Who Is To Blame For The Refugee Crisis?”. Abby Martin interviews Professor Saskia Sassen about the undiscussed facts behind the 60 million
Leslie Sklair: Iconic Architecture & the Transnational Capitalist Class
Three part video of Leslie Sklair, Professor Emeritus in Sociology at LSE (London School of Economics), in which he presents his new research on iconic architecture during the era of capitalist globalization and its role as a hegemonic project of the transnational capitalist class.
Jeb Sprague — PERSPECTIVES 2012 Series – Episode 4
Jeb Sprague at the University of California at Santa Barbara, speaks about contemporary history in Haiti and the major themes in his 2012 book published by Monthly Review Press: Paramilitarism and the Assault on Democracy in Haiti.
Jason Struna: “Toward a Theory of Global Proletarian Fractions”, October 30, 2009
Jason Struna at the University of California Riverside gives a lecture on his theory of global proletarian fractions, the subject of a journal article he has published.
The “urban” economy plays an increasingly vital role in India’s economic development. The joint two day conference hosted by IIHS and the University of California, Berkeley on 26th and 27th March, 2013, brought together leading scholars from India and globally to discuss the many critical questions relating to the effective and equitable functioning of the economy of Indian towns, cities and metros. Discussions focused on real estate markets, agglomeration economies, new modes of urbanization and structural problems of urban governance as well as ways to help promote sound policies for a developed urban infrastructure, growth in job creation, increased access to affordable housing, developing transparent mechanisms of governance, generating new sources of urban finance, and constructing viable social welfare systems for the urban poor.
Talkin’ Bout Capitalism. Talks about debt, power and dissent
Kees Van Der Pijl – “Globalizing the rule of capital – by force?”
Interview with Professor Kees van der Pijl on his book: Nomads, Empires, States
Participants (including political economists Hilbourne Watson) in the forum on “Afrocentricity and the U.S. Role in Africa, the Caribbean and Latin America,” included Howard University professors of political science and mass communications. The forum speakers discussed issues involving blacks’ efforts to determine their own future in regions around the world, including South Africa. The speakers also discussed U.S. foreign policy and intervention in the same regions. Speakers in the forum responded to questions from the audience following their prepared remarks.