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Georgios PAPADOPOULOS
Georgios Papadopoulos holds a Master in Philosophy of the Social Sciences from the London School of Economics and is pursuing a PhD at the Erasmus University, Rotterdam (languagegames@gmail.com).rn
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Money and value: a synthesis of the state theory of money and original institutional economics (Georgios PAPADOPOULOS)
Abstract: The paper proposes a synthesis of original institutional economics and in particular of the work of John R. Commons with the state theory of money, constructing a theoretical framework for the analysis of economic value in relation to money. The argument developed resists the naturalistic, individualistic, neoclassical analysis of value, proposing an account based on antagonism and negotiation framed by social institutions and more specifically by the institution of money. Money plays an active role in the process of the constitution of the system of prices, creating possibilities of mediation in the conflicts around the distribution of social production and contributing towards the establishment of ‘reasonable value’ in economic transactions. [Volume VI Issue 2 (Spring 2013)] Read the article ...
Review of Ole Bjerg, Making Money: The Philosophy of Crisis Capitalism, London: Verso, 2014, 256 pp., pb, £19.99, ISBN 9781781682654 (Georgios PAPADOPOULOS) [Volume VII Issue 2 (Spring 2014)] Read the article ...
Review of Max Haiven, Art after Money, Money after Art; Creative Strategies Against Financialization, London: Pluto Press, 2018, 279 pp., pb. £19,99, ISBN 978-074533824 (Georgios PAPADOPOULOS) [Volume XII Issue 1 (Autumn 2018)] Read the article ...
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