ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Dynamics of International Exploitation

in the case of a dispute as to whether "a pending issue is to be discussed or not between management and labour" ONE of the salient traits of post-war economic growth has been that capital accumulation on a world scale, to use Rosa Luxembourg'sconceptual framework, has overwhelmingly redounded to the countries of the capitalist core and only marginally, if at all, to the peripheral and .semi-peripheral countries. In short, the familiar indicators of poverty, mass unemployment, illiteracy, chronic malnutrition and famine, marginalisation in its most acute forms, continue to bedevil these countries. Inexorably the process of accumulation for the developed core has been matched by dis-accumulation from the peripheral orbit.

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