Keiser Report en español: La burocratización del capitalismo (E723)


David Rolfe Graeber (/ˈɡrbər/; born 12 February 1961) is an American anthropologist, author, anarchist and activist, who is Professor of Anthropology at the London School of Economics.[1]

Specialising in theories of value and social theory, he was an assistant professor and associate professor of anthropology at Yale University from 1998 to 2007, although Yale controversially declined to rehire him.[2] From Yale, he went on to become a Reader in Social Anthropology at Goldsmiths, University of London from 2007-13.[3]

Graeber has been involved in social and political activism, including the protests against the 3rd Summit of the Americas in Quebec City in 2001 and the World Economic Forum in New York City in 2002. He is also a leading figure in the Occupy Wall Street movement.


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Publicado el 24 de feb. de 2015

Max y Stacy hablan de la burocracia kafkiana de los sistemas financieros actuales que se guían por el lema “acabe con los documentos y acabará con el hombre”. En la segunda parte Max entrevista a David Graebe sobre la ´sovietización´ del capitalismo, donde cada vez hay más y más papeleo innecesario para realizar simples intercambios financieros, y sobre un nuevo concepto al que Max llama ‘comisionismo’.

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