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About David McNally

David McNally is an activist and Professor of Political Science at York University (Toronto).  He is the author of six books, including Global Slump: The Economics and Politics of Crisis and Resistance (2010: PM Press/Spectre). 

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

La mano de obra del mundo, prisionera del capitalismo

La migración neoliberal y los regímenes fronterizos ejemplifican un régimen de facto de trabajos forzosos. La migración se ha convertido en un elemento clave para proporcionar mano de obra precarizada al capital, aunque durante mucho tiempo el motor más valioso del capitalismo global han sido los trabajos forzosos. English

Capitalism’s unfree global workforce

Neoliberal migration and border regimes instantiate a de facto forced labour regime.  Migration is increasingly key to providing capital’s precarious workforce, but unfree labour has long been central to global capitalism. Español

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