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Mislav Žitko

Mislav Žitko is a Research Associate at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. His recent work includes ‘Exploring Commons Theory for Principles of a Socialist Governmentality’ (Review of Radical Political Economics 2016, with Dolenec) and Financialisation, Household Debt and New Vulnerabilities in Post-Socialist Societies (Financialisation, Household Debt and New Vulnerabilities in Post-Socialist Societies, Peter Lang, 2015; with Petra Rodik).

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01.07.2016
Nieszczęśliwy związek kapitalizmu i demokracji

Mislav Žitko is a Research Associate at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. His recent work includes ‘Exploring Commons Theory for Principles of a Socialist Governmentality’ (Review of Radical Political Economics 2016, with Dolenec) and Financialisation, Household Debt and New Vulnerabilities in Post-Socialist Societies (Financialisation, Household Debt and New Vulnerabilities in […]

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01.07.2016
Die Unglückliche Ehe von Kapitalismus und Demokratie als Ursache der Krise in Europa

Mislav Žitko is a Research Associate at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb. His recent work includes ‘Exploring Commons Theory for Principles of a Socialist Governmentality’ (Review of Radical Political Economics 2016, with Dolenec) and Financialisation, Household Debt and New Vulnerabilities in Post-Socialist Societies (Financialisation, Household Debt and New Vulnerabilities in […]

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01.07.2016
The Unhappy Marriage of Capitalism and Democracy at the Root of Europe’s Crisis

The Left must put the question of capitalism squarely on the table.

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01.05.2012
The social consequences of imposed austerity: the case of education

Austerity is being promoted across Europe as a means of restoring competitiveness and growth. However, its implementation has disproportionately impacted the education sector, and is being used as a cloak to implement an ideological drive to privatise education systems. What are the long-term implications of such a strategy?

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