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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2017.tde-14082017-113217
Document
Author
Full name
Paulo Sergio Souza Ferreira
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2016
Supervisor
Committee
Barbosa, Wilson do Nascimento (President)
Andrade, Everaldo de Oliveira
Máo Junior, José Rodrigues
Mendonça, Marina Gusmão de
Schincariol, Vitor Eduardo
Title in Portuguese
Capital financeiro, o imperialismo norte-americano e sua hegemonia: 1990-2010
Keywords in Portuguese
Capital fictício
Capital financeiro
Financeirização
Imperialismo
Sociedades anônimas
Abstract in Portuguese
A argumentação desenvolvida nesse trabalho gira em torno da ideia de que a partir da fase imperialista do capital, a especulação encontrou solo fértil para o seu pleno desenvolvimento. A estreita conexão existente entre a esfera monetária e financeira, e a esfera real e produtiva no imperialismo capitalista deu origem ao capital financeiro. Com o domínio das sociedades anônimas sobre a estrutura da economia capitalista deu-se grande impulso ao sistema de crédito (devido à necessidade de financiamento das sociedades por ações por intermédio da Bolsa de Valores), o que propiciou as condições para o desenvolvimento do capital fictício.
Title in English
Financial capital, US imperialism and its hegemony: 1990-2010
Keywords in English
Anonymous society
Fictitious capital
Financial capital
Financialization
Imperialism
Abstract in English
The argument developed in this paper revolves around the idea that from the imperialist phase of capital, speculation has found fertile ground for its full development. The close connection between the monetary and financial sphere and the real and productive sphere in capitalist imperialism gave rise to financial capital. With the dominance of corporations on the structure of the capitalist economy, the credit system was given great impetus (due to the need to finance stock companies through the Stock Exchange), which provided the conditions for the development of fictitious capital.
 
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Publishing Date
2017-08-14
 
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