Late Modernity and the Boundaries of Habitual Capitalism: in Search for Non-economic Factors of Development
Table of contents
Share
QR
Metrics
Late Modernity and the Boundaries of Habitual Capitalism: in Search for Non-economic Factors of Development
Annotation
PII
S086904990011571-0-1
Publication type
Article
Status
Published
Authors
Viktor Martianov 
Occupation: Deputy Director
Affiliation: Institute of Philosophy and Law, Russian Academy of Sciences (Ural Branch)
Address: S. Kovalevskaya str., 16. 620990, Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation
Edition
Pages
165-176
Abstract

It seems that global exhaustion of the traditional models of economic growth, allowing enhancing a welfare state, will lead to a need to review a model of human development centered on economics. Among the incentives for the development of post-industrial societies non-economic factors that are reflected in the concepts of social (human) capital and are based on the available public goods to citizens become increasingly important. However, the increase of social capital, the development of new virtues, improving the mechanisms of social order are increasingly restricted by the Procrustean bed of the basic for social sciences neo-liberal model of «homo economicus» as a rational egoist. Within this context the inevitability of revenge of communitarian perspectives and reserves for increase of collective utility in growing global economic stagnation is argued.

These are the values aimed on more egalitarian principles of justice, the progressive tax scale, distribution of public resources, strengthening the regulatory functions of state, social support of growing preсariat and orientation of citizens to post-materialist values and virtues, interpersonal and institutional trust.

Keywords
trust, communitarianism, Modernity, late capitalism, post-material values, progress, post-materialist values, social capital
Received
15.09.2020
Date of publication
17.02.2017
Number of purchasers
2
Views
1109
Readers community rating
0.0 (0 votes)
Cite Download pdf

To download PDF you should sign in

Publication text not found

References

1. Acemoglu D., Robinson J. (2015) Ekonomicheskie istoki diktatury i demokratii [Economic Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy]. Moscow: Izdatel’stvo HSE.

2. Belyanin A.V., Zinchenko V.P. (2010) Doverie v ekonomike i obshchestvennoi zhizni [Trust in the economy and social life]. Moscow: Fund “Liberal Mission”.

3. Buzgalin A.V., Kolganov A.I. (2015) Global’nyi capital [Global capital]. In 2 vv. V. 1. Moscow: LENAND.

4. Davydov D., Fishman L. (2015) Budushchee kapitalizma: ot litRPG k futurologii [The future of capitalism: from litRPG to futurology]. Svobodnaya mysl’, no. 3, pp. 139–150.

5. Fukuyama F. (2004) Doverie: sotsial’nye dobrodeteli i put’ k protsvetaniyu [Trust: The Social Virtues and the Creation of Prosperity]. Moscow: ACT.

6. Greber D. (2015) Dolg: pervye 5000 let istorii [Debt: the first 5000 years of history]. Moscow: Ad Marginem Press.

7. Inglehart R., Welzel C. (2011) Modernizatsiya, kul’turnye izmeneniya i demokratiya [Modernization, Cultural Change, and Democracy]. Moscow: Novoe izdatel’stvo.

8. Knack S., Zak P.-J. (2002) Building trust: public policy, interpersonal trust and economic development. Supreme Court Economic Review, vol. 10, pp. 91–107.

9. Koleman J. (2001) Kapital sotsial’nyi i chelovecheskii [Social Capital and Human Capital]. Obshchestvennye nauki i sovremennost’, no. 3, pp. 122–139.

10. Kozyreva P. (2009) Mezhlichnostnoe doverie v kontekste formirovaniya sotsial’nogo kapitala [Interpersonal trust in the context of the formation of social capital]. Sotsiologicheskie issledovaniya, no. 1. pp. 43–54.

11. Kropotkin P.A. (1991) Etika [Ethics]. Moscow: Politizdat.

12. Maddison A. (2001) The World Economy: A Millennial Perspective. OECD.

13. Martyanov V.S. (2009) “Chelovek politicheskii”: modeli opravdaniya vlasti [“Homo Politicus”: models of power legitimating]. Chelovek, no. 4, pp. 82–90.

14. Martyanov V.S., Fishman L.G. (2006) Moral’nyi tupik tsivilizatsionnoi paradigmy [The moral deadlock of civilization paradigm]. Politiya, no. 4, pp. 72–87.

15. Meadows D., Randers J., Meadows D. (2007) Predely rosta. 30 let spustya [The Limits to Growth. 30 years later]. Moscow: Akademkniga.

16. Nort D., Wallis J. Waingast B. Nasilie i socialnye poryadki. Kontseptualnye ramki dlya interpretatsii pismennoy istorii chelovechestva [Violence and Social Order. A Conceptual Framework for Interpretating Recorded Human History]. Moscow: Institute Gaydara.

17. Olson M. (1995) Logika kollektivnykh deistvii. Obshchestvennye blaga i teoriya grupp [The Logic of Collective Action: Public Goods and the Theory of Groups]. Moscow: Izdatel’stvo FEI.

18. Pankevich N.V. (2010) Vzaimodeistvie i transformatsiya pravovykh sistem v protsesse globalizatsii [Interaction and transformation of legal systems in the process of globalization]. POLITEKS, v. 6, no. 3, pp. 115–132.

19. Piketti T. (2015) Kapital v XXI veke [Capital in the XXI century]. Moscow: Ad Marginem Press.

20. Pliskevich N.M. (2016) “Path dependence” i problemy modernizatsii mobilizatsionnogo tipa [“Path dependence” and the problems of modernization of the mobilization type]. Mir Rossii, v. 25, no. 2, pp. 123–143.

21. Pliskevich N.M. (2010) Tupiki instrumental’noi modernizatsii [Dead ends of instrumental modernization]. Obshchestvennye nauki i sovremennost’, no. 2, pp. 78–85.

22. Pliskevich N.M. (2012) Chelovecheskii kapital v transformiruyushcheisya Rossii [Human capital in transforming Russia]. Moscow: Institute of the Economics RAS.

23. Policy challenges for the next 50 years (2015) (http://www.oecd.org/economy/Policy-challenges-forthe-next-fifty-years.pdf).

24. Polterovich V.M. (2015) Ot sotsialnogo liberalizma k filosofii sotrudnichestva [From social liberalism to cooperation philosophy]. Obshchestvennye nauki i sovremennost’, no. 4, pp. 4–64.

25. Putnam R. (2000) Bowling Alone: The Collapse and Revival of American Community. New York: Simon & Schuster.

26. Rudenko V.N. (2012) Chistaya demokratiya i ee atributy [The pure democracy and its attributes]. Vestnik Novosibirskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta. Seriya: Filosofiya, v. 10, no. 3, pp. 120–126.

27. Sasaki M., Davydenko V.A., Latov Yu. V., Latova N.V., Romashkin G.S. (2009) Problemy i paradoksy analiza institutsional’nogo doveriya kak elementa sotsial’nogo kapitala sovremennoi Rossii [Problems and paradoxes in the analysis of institutional trust as an element of the social capital of modern Russia]. Zhurnal institutsional’nykh issledovanii, vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 20–35.

28. Semenenko I.S. (2012) “Chelovek politicheskii” pered al’ternativami obshchestvennykh transformatsii: opyt pereosmysleniya individual’nogo izmereniya politiki [“Homo politicus” in the face of the alternatives of social transformation: rethinking the experience of the individual measurements of policy]. POLIS, no. 6, pp. 9–26.

29. Skidelsky R. (2009) Keins i etika kapitalizma [Keynes and the capitalist ethic]. Obshchaya tetrad’, no. 4, pp. 90–102.

30. Smith S., Kulynych J. (2002) It May Be Social, but Why It Is Capital? The Social Construction of Social Capital and the Politics of Language. Politics & Society, no. 1, pp. 149–186.

31. Spence M. (2011) Globalization and Unemployment (http://www.foreignaffairs.com/articles/67874/michael-spence/globalization-and-unemployment).

32. Standing G. (2014) Prekariat: novyi opasnyi klass [Precariat: new dangerous class]. Moscow: Ad Marginem Press.

33. Vallerstain I. (2003) Posle liberalizma [After Liberalism]. M.: Editorial URSS.

34. Zak P.J., Knack S. (2001) Trust and growth. Economic Journal, vol. 111, no. 427, pp. 295–321.

Comments

No posts found

Write a review
Translate