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The rise of the Polanyian image of the double movement, then, needs to be read as a defensive response triggered by the growing political salience of phenomena on which progressive discourses furnish no conceptual leverage; as the anxious theoretical assertion of the autonomy of sociality, moral sentiment, and authority at a time when these ...Abstract. In this article, I suggest what an engagement between post-structuralism and the work of Karl Polanyi might look like. I do this by presenting a reading of Polanyi's concept of ‘double …The breakdown of the postwar regime is understood as a return to nineteenth-century market-based processes for managing and remunerating labor, described as the “great risk shift,” “fissured workplace,” “precariat,” and “Polanyian double-movement” (Hacker 2008; Kalleberg 2013, 2018; Standing 2011; Weil 2014; Beck 2000; Hatton ...30 Patomäki (Citation 2014) correctly interprets the double movement thesis earlier in his paper (p.734) but later it becomes confused with the countermovement concept; ‘It is thus clear that the new double movement will not come about semi-automatically, but can only be realised through transformative praxis’ (p.741). As previously ...Feb 8, 2022 · What is the most fruitful conceptualization of Karl Polanyi's ‘double movement’ in contemporary capitalist studies? For Polanyi, it is a conceptual device for explaining a particular historical sequence leading to the collapse of Western civilization in the 1930s and 1940s. They also lend partial support to critiques of VOC, emphasizing, on the one hand, the importance of the Polanyian “double movement” of market expansion and containment and, on the other, the transnational foundations of national institutional diversity. I conclude that to fully explain these patterns, both VOC theories of institutional ...Taking Polanyi’s conceptualisation of the ‘double movement’, the chapter proceeds to show how a neoliberal ‘market mentality’ embedded within the British economy, which was subsequently socialised by the English game’s governing bodies and its leading clubs in the wake of the Hillsborough disaster.“Polanyian” double movement in which the destabilizing and destructive effects of unchecked corporate activities and market development eventually generates political and regulatoryAll told, we lack a double movement in Polanyi’s sense. 3 The result, therefore, is a curious disjuncture. While today’s crisis appears to follow a Polanyian structural logic, grounded in the dynamics of fictitious commodification, it does not manifest a Polanyian political logic, figured by the double movement.A Polanyian “Double Movement” in Australia's Drought and Water Policy Reforms? […] there are indications that a Polanyian double movement may be under way, leading to an amelioration or partial abandonment of extreme neoliberal policies for rural Australia, particularly in relation to environmental management and support for farmers. 100Writing is a powerful tool for communication, but even the most experienced writers can make mistakes. One common concern among writers is whether their sentences are grammatically correct and convey the intended meaning.This article aims to inform current debates in the field of transnational commodity studies through a Polanyian lens. Polanyi reminds us of the need to pay attention to the “double movements” in which fictitious commodities are disembedded from and re-embedded in society. We focus on two fictitious commodities, labour and land, which are conventionally treated as mere inputs for the ...May 18, 2018 · Third, explicitly conceptualizing the double movement as a plurality of movements encourages the analysis of commodification-decommodification processes which occur within specific spheres of the economy and involve particular social classes, groups and movements.40 40 Goodwin and Levien offer examples of this type of Polanyian analysis. Informed by interactionist role theory, we document the Polanyian “double movement” prompted by the emergence of SMIs within the community. We demonstrate that the economy within the community was initially highly embedded, constrained by behavioral norms linked to established social roles. SMIs’ attempts to disembed the …basic sense, a Polanyian double movement is the push and pull between those seeking to “expand the scope and influence of self-regulating markets” to enhance their profits on the one side, and those seeking “to insulate the fabric of social life from the destructive impact of market pressures” on the other (Block 2008:2).According to the Polanyian prediction of a "double movement", one might expect that such strong pressure towards marketisation of economic life would be countered by societal forces aimed at ...The expansion of the extractive industries in Latin America has been met with a variety of responses by affected communities. Scholars have sought to understand why local people act as they do, highlighting contrasting interests and values between actors, relationships between companies and communities, identities, and issues of governance.of the d ouble movement is found to be less robust than Polanyi’s. The conclusion summarizes the main insights. 2. Polanyi’s double movement The double movement is a concept coined and developed by Polanyi. He asserts that the forces that aim at expanding the marketization of society will In the neoliberal era, Karl Polanyi’s notion of the ‘double movement’ has been widely deployed by social scientists as a critique of the prevailing order and a predictor of its demise. This ...The Polanyian Pendulum. Karl Polanyi (2001, 3–4) introduces his thesis of a capitalist “double movement” in the beginning of the first chapter of The Great Transformation: “Our thesis is that the idea of a self-adjusting market implied a stark Utopia. Such an institution could not exist for any length of time without annihilating the ...Polanyi's theory of the double movement was derived in relation to the 19th century development of the market economy in England and critics have argued that it ...State‒Market Co-evolution and Polanyian Double Movements. In Compressed Development, ... At the country level, these relationships are framed by adapting Polanyi's idea of a double movement of ‘disembedding’ and ‘re-embedding’ of markets (Polanyi, 1944), and linking it to the ‘liberalizing’ and ‘regulating’ developments in the ...Hence, as a result of the Polanyian double movement, liberalism had undergone a metamorphosis that was far more compatible with the current usage of the term in the United States and Canada, which reflects the welfare state policies of the New Deal era.Karl Polanyi's double movement is a dialectical process characterized by a continuous tension between a movement towards social marketization and a movement towards social protectionism. Notably, Polanyi condemns the former movement while ... This article re-thinks the Polanyian diagnosis of contemporary populist movements from a Polanyian ...Double movement karl polanyi Look up rather than down: Karl Polanyi's fascism and radical right-wing ... on Polanyi WebThe Karl Polanyi Institute of ...Century: A Polanyian Double Movement? HEIKKI PATOMA¨KI Department of Political and Economic Studies, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland ABSTRACT Following decades of economic globalisation and market-oriented reforms across the world, Karl Polanyi’s double movement has been invoked not only to explain what isState‒Market Co-evolution and Polanyian Double Movements. In Compressed Development, ... At the country level, these relationships are framed by adapting Polanyi's idea of a double movement of ‘disembedding’ and ‘re-embedding’ of markets (Polanyi, 1944), and linking it to the ‘liberalizing’ and ‘regulating’ developments in the ...All told, we lack a double movement in Polanyi’s sense. 3 The result, therefore, is a curious disjuncture. While today’s crisis appears to follow a Polanyian structural logic, grounded in the dynamics of fictitious commodification, it does not manifest a Polanyian political logic, figured by the double movement.I analyze the PUT as a Polanyian double movement to protect agricultural land from circulating as an urban asset, with the novel addition of environmental justice's “trivalent” notion of ...A Polanyian “Double Movement” in Australia's Drought and Water Policy Reforms? […] there are indications that a Polanyian double movement may be under way, leading to an amelioration or partial abandonment of extreme neoliberal policies for rural Australia, particularly in relation to environmental management and support for farmers. 100"Polanyi's 'Double Movement' and Neoliberalization in Korea and Japan." The 11th International Karl Polanyi Conference, December 9-11, 2008, Montreal, Canada. "Globalization and Social Movements in East Asia." The Annual Meeting of the Canadian Asian Studies Association, November 13-16, 2008, Waterloo, Canada.Over the last decades, the marketization of live-in care for the elderly in Austria has been accompanied by new forms of regulation and the contestation surrounding this type of care provision. The article analyzes this process as a Polanyian double movement – the movement of a market-driven provision of care and organization of care work, and …Over the last two decades a rich and diverse body of literature has emerged which uses the ‘double movement’ to analyse social, political and economic change in the global South. The main aims of this article are to expand the boundaries of this scholarship and improve our understanding of how to use the concept to analyse capitalist ...A significant step toward such a reversal was arguably Puerto Rico's 2015 Plan de Uso de Terrenos (Land Use Plan) (PUT), the first island-level land use plan. I analyze the PUT as a Polanyian ...First, we view the rise of, and recent political responses to, the often-predatory power and manipulative conduct of platform firm in terms of a ‘Polanyian’ double movement in which the destabilising and destructive effects of unchecked corporate activities and market development eventually generates political and regulatory responses to ...The rise of the Polanyian image of the double movement, then, needs to be read as a defensive response triggered by the growing political salience of phenomena on which progressive discourses furnish no conceptual leverage; as the anxious theoretical assertion of the autonomy of sociality, moral sentiment, and authority at a time when these ...Dec 1, 2020 · We have shown here that a Polanyian methodology, that pays attention to questions about the instituted economy, the traits of markets, the state’s role in fictitious commodities, and the double movement against morally objectionable actions, helps reveal the way the legitimacy of a strategy in society determines responses and ultimately ... Polanyi's Double Movement and Capitalism Today - Sandbrook - 2022 - Development and Change - Wiley Online Library Development and Change Polanyi's Double Movement and Capitalism Today Richard Sandbrook First published: 08 February 2022 https://doi.org/10.1111/dech.12699 Citations: 1Polanyi's Double Movement and Capitalism Today - Sandbrook - 2022 - Development and Change - Wiley Online Library Development and Change Polanyi's Double Movement and Capitalism Today Richard Sandbrook First published: 08 February 2022 https://doi.org/10.1111/dech.12699 Citations: 1Social mobilization has occurred, as movements formed to counteract the dehumanizing and unsustainable consequences of laissez—faire development, in what Polanyi termed ‘the double movement’ (Dale, 2012). Polanyian theory has thus resurfaced as a popular tool for scholars to examine how the processes of neoliberalization, and the process ...Aug 1, 2012 · This article aims to overcome an impasse in current Polanyian scholarship by suggesting a new vocabulary to explain Polanyi’s ‘double movement’ and ‘countermovement’ concepts – the ... This article presents the double movement theorem, drawing upon Polanyi’s published and unpublished writings. It explores parallels between his explanation of the advent …Polanyi's Double Movement: A Critical Reappraisal consequences in the 19th century and which was forcefully chal lenged by powerful counter movements from a broad cross section of …In particular we show the relevance of the Polanyian “double movement” (market dis-embedding and re-embedding) for a reading of social transformation in Latin America. The section on “Global Discipline” takes up the massive transformations of the global political economy that occurred in the 1990s ushering in the era of globalization ...Several key insights from the Polanyian double movement are elucidated in the second section. The commodification of money, land and labour, its dissatisfaction and harms, and the complex ... This concept includes—besides the Polanyian double movement—those social protests and struggles that are neither of the Marxian type (i.e. directed against exploitation) nor of the Polanyian type (i.e. for the protection against the consequences of market fundamentalism), but which pursue the goal of ‘emancipation’ in the sense of ...Uncoordinated movement is due to a muscle control problem that causes an inability to coordinate movements. It leads to a jerky, unsteady, to-and-fro motion of the middle of the body (trunk) and an unsteady Uncoordinated movement is due to ..."Polanyi's 'Double Movement' and Neoliberalization in Korea and Japan." The 11th International Karl Polanyi Conference, December 9-11, 2008, Montreal, Canada. "Globalization and Social Movements in East Asia." The Annual Meeting of the Canadian Asian Studies Association, November 13-16, 2008, Waterloo, Canada.Furthermore, existing Polanyian scholarship illustrates the complexities of the double movement in the case of today's carbon markets. Specifically, Carton (2014 Carton ( , 2020, Stuart et al ... basic sense, a Polanyian double movement is the push and pull between those seeking to “expand the scope and influence of self-regulating markets” to enhance their profits on the one side, and those seeking “to insulate the fabric of social life from the destructive impact of market pressures” on the other (Block 2008:2).2.1 Double movement: disembedding and re-embedding The phenomenon of double movement can also be conceptualized as the disembedding and the re-embedding of the economy. An economy is embedded when it is integrated in broader social relations of a non-economic nature, that is, “the economic system will be run on noneconomic motives” (Polanyi ... 10 A strict conception of the ‘double movement’ associated with the commodification/social protection dialectic would exclude focus on authoritarian populisms (cf., Scoones et al. Citation 2018; Borras Citation 2020). While their rural politics stem from (discriminatory) undermining of agrarian livelihoods and cohesion via the devastations ...the double movement and how it might be applied to contemporary debates.1 Attention has also been paid to his historical account of the rise of 19th century capitalism.2 Less attention has been paid to examining how the first aspect of the double movement might be applied in current contexts. In this paper I argue that this is an areaKarl Polanyi's double movement is a dialectical process characterized by a continuous tension between a movement towards social marketization and a movement towards social protectionism. Notably, Polanyi condemns the former movement while ... This article re-thinks the Polanyian diagnosis of contemporary populist movements from a Polanyian ...He described this as the ‘double movement’ whereby ever wider extensions of free market principles generated counter-movements to protect society. (Polanyi, 2001, 138-139). ... As we have argued elsewhere, in Polanyian terms the Global South skipped a stage. “These societies” we argued, “never secured a welfare state, high waged ...... Polanyi's double movement still dominate debates in public policy. As neo-liberalism founded on faith in secular salvation through the natural emergence of ...State‒Market Co-evolution and Polanyian Double Movements. In Compressed Development, ... At the country level, these relationships are framed by adapting Polanyi's idea of a double movement of ‘disembedding’ and ‘re-embedding’ of markets (Polanyi, 1944), and linking it to the ‘liberalizing’ and ‘regulating’ developments in the ...Polanyi explored the moral and economic dimensions of a “market society” and of the “double movement” through which “society” fights back against efforts to establish self-regulating markets in land, money and labour. His remarks were directed at the epoch of commercial, industrial and financial capitalism. Recent developments in financialization, its crisis tendencies, and their ...I see in the Polanyian “double movement” a vantage point to characterize the advance of financialization as a second wave in the commodification of the fictitious commodity of “money,” though different in nature from the early marketization of the nineteenth century. Polanyian Double Movements. The closest we arrive at a macroexplanation of the global rise of marketized, corporatized state–capital hybrids is literature that invokes a Polanyian double-movement logic.Radical right-wing politics is often regarded as a populist movement for social protection against economic globalisation. As a solution, contemporary Polanyian critics often suggest reforming left parties to reorient populist movements from the right to the left by building a broad non-capitalist coalition. Through a close reading of Polanyi’s works, this article offers …Furthermore, existing Polanyian scholarship illustrates the complexities of the double movement in the case of today's carbon markets. Specifically, Carton ( 2014 , 2020 ), Stuart et al. ( 2019 ), and Alcock ( 2021 ) have debated the nature of countermovements, and double movements more broadly, and the implications for its theoretical .... As you age, you may begin to notice changes in yBut Israeli elites have failed to turn the idea of I see in the Polanyian “double movement” a vantage point to characterize the advance of financialization as a second wave in the commodification of the fictitious commodity of “money,” though different in nature from the early marketization of the nineteenth century.markets represent a counter-movement to climate change. Carton (2014) adopts a flexible or ‘soft’ interpretation of Polanyi that recognises market-based strategies that increase commodification as counter-movements. Carton (2014: 1007) argues that carbon markets represent a modern form of the double movement: Such a re-reading of Karl Polanyi in a contempora Informed by interactionist role theory, we document the Polanyian “double movement” prompted by the emergence of SMIs within the community. We demonstrate that the economy within the community was initially highly embedded, constrained by behavioral norms linked to established social roles. the double movement and how it might be applied to contemporary ...

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