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Don Kalb

Introduction: Value: Regimes and Frontlines at the End of the Cycle
Don Kalb

Chapter 1. Special Economic Zones: The Global Frontlines of Neoliberalism’s Value Regime
Patrick Neveling

Chapter 2. On Difference and Devaluation: Notes on Exploitation in a Myanmar Squatter Settlement
Stephen Campbell

Chapter 3. Carbon as Value: Four Short Stories of Ecological Civilization in China
Charlotte Bruckermann

Chapter 4. Enclosing Gurugram: Vernacular Valorization as India’s Urban Frontline
Tom Cowan

Chapter 5. Construction, Labor, and Luxury in Kathmandu’s Post-Conflict Tourism Economy
Dan Hirslund

Chapter 6. Dispossession as a Manifold: The Value Frontlines of Authoritarian Populist Politics in Turkey
Katharina Bodirsky

Chapter 7. “Scraps from the Bourgeois Kitchen”: on the Romanian Frontline of Outsourced Creativity
Oana Mateescu and Don Kalb

Chapter 8. "As Much Value as Possible”: Construction, Universities, Finance, and the “Greater Good” in the Northeast of England
Sarah Winkler-Reid

Chapter 9. Labor, Value, and Frontlines in Reading and Berks County, Pennsylvania, United States, the Year 2020
Sharryn Kasmir

Afterword: Reflections on Value, Objectivity, and Death
Christopher Krupa

Insidious Capital

Frontlines of Value at the End of a Global Cycle

Edited by Don Kalb

326 pages, 12 ills., bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-80539-155-5 Hb Published (January 2024)

This title is published as Open Access

Full Text PDF | Full Text ePUB Made available under a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 license with support from the Trond Mohn Foundation (Bergen license, University of Bergen, Government of Norway.