La problemática conceptualización de la financiarización: diferenciando causas, consecuencias y la acción financiarizada de los actores económicos

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https://doi.org/10.3989/ris.2020.78.4.m20.001

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Procesos de valoración financiera, Financiarización, Relación capital-empleo, Mercantilización

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La financiarización es un proceso de cambio estructural e incompleto en las economías contemporáneas. El crecimiento del sistema financiero en las últimas décadas ha estado acompañado por una relación cada vez más compleja entre los actores socioeconómicos y los mercados financieros. En este artículo analizamos las causas y consecuencias de la financiarización con respecto a: la erosión de la relación capital-trabajo; el aumento de la desigualdad del ingreso laboral; y la comercialización de la vida cotidiana y los derechos sociales. Revisamos las principales conceptualizaciones de la financiarización en varios sitios de investigación correspondientes a los principales actores económicos, es decir: corporaciones no financieras; el estado y los individuos; y su compleja relación con los mercados financieros. Nuestro objetivo principal es evaluar las contribuciones y limitaciones de los estudios de financiarización en estos espacios de investigación.

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2020-12-15

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Massó, M. ., Davis, M. ., & Abalde, N. . (2020). La problemática conceptualización de la financiarización: diferenciando causas, consecuencias y la acción financiarizada de los actores económicos. Revista Internacional De Sociología, 78(4), e169. https://doi.org/10.3989/ris.2020.78.4.m20.001

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