PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review
Large-scale movements of workers, production lines, commodities, and centers of power have been integral to capitalist development since its earliest stages (see Mintz 1986; Wallerstein 2011; Wolf 1997). Today, mobility continues to uphold global capitalism in important respects (Sassen 1988). In particular, the capacity to move production across nation-state borders has allowed capitalist industries to take advantage of post-colonial inequalities as they reorganize production in ways and places that reduce manufacturing costs and enhance corporate profit...
Gomberg-Muñoz, Ruth M.. Review Essay: Law and Migrant Labor in the 20th Century: Ghost Workers and Global Capitalism. PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review, July 2018, : 10, 2018. Retrieved from Loyola eCommons, Anthropology: Faculty Publications and Other Works,
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