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Political Economy, community economies, subjectivity, immigration
This article examines the economy of the Occupy Wall Street movement, and traces its connections to both historic and contemporary factory and farm occupations.
Safri, Maliha. 2012. The Economics of Occupation. The Economist's Voice. 9(3).
The goal of this article is to introduce a new category into international political economy-the global household-and to begin to widen the focus of international political economy to include nonmarket transactions and noncapitalist production. We estimate the aggregate population of global households, the size and distribution of remittances, and the magnitude and sectoral scope of global household production. We briefly explore the possibilities for research and activism opened up by a feminist, postcapitalist international political economy centered on the global household.
Safri, Maliha and Julie Graham. 2011. The Global Household: Toward a Feminist Postcapitalist International Political Economy. Signs 36(1) 99-125.o