A natureza das crises nos sistemas socioeconómicos capitalistas

  • Carlos Gonçalves Universidade de Lisboa
Palavras-chave: Crisis. Collapse. Capitalism. Neoliberalism.

Resumo

A atualidade é pautada por discursos contraditórios em torno da(s) crise(s). Este artigo faz uma incursão pelo quadro de conceitos que permitem compreender a crise, atendendo aos diferentes graus de intensidade e aos modos como se manifestam nos sistemas socioeconômicos. Cria-se assim substrato para refletir sobre as relações entre crise, capitalismo e neoliberalismo. Mantendo os paradigmas vigentes e ignorando a complexidade própria dos sistemas socioeconômicos, ampliam-se as condições para gerar e/ou fazer perpetuar, quadros de crise.

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Biografia do Autor

Carlos Gonçalves, Universidade de Lisboa

PhD in Geography –Regional and Urban Planning (University of Lisbon, 2014), MSc in Geography – Urbanization and Spatial Planning (University of Lisbon, 2009), Degree in Geography – Planning and Territorial Management (University of Lisbon, 2005)

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Publicado
2018-03-15
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Gonçalves, C. (2018). A natureza das crises nos sistemas socioeconómicos capitalistas. GEOUSP Espaço E Tempo (Online), 21(3), 755-770. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2179-0892.geousp.2017.110792
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