Growing interest in CasP, especially from young researchers, has contributed to a widening body of works dealing with different countries, regions, sectors, processes, methodologies and debates.
Existing theories of capitalism, mainstream as well as heterodox, view capitalism as a mode of production and consumption. This speaker series interrogates capitalism as a mode of power. The series is organized by the Forum on Capital as Power.
Economic growth is tightly correlated with the concentration of power in the hands of large corporations. Why? The capital as power framework provides potential answers that turn mainstream theory on its head: growth seems to be intimately related to the formation of hierarchy.