London: Verso, 2006. First Edition. Hardcover. First edition in book form, first printing, octavo size, 399 pp. Fine / Near fine. Item #CNJL2402
From the jacket flap: "In this commanding survey of the world economy from 1950 to the present,a revised and newly introduced edition of his acclaimed New Left Review special report, he [Brenner] charts the turbulent post-war history of the global system and unearths the mechanism of over-production and over-competition which lie behind its long-term crisis since the early 1970’s. He thereby demonstrates the thoroughly systematic factors behind wage repression, high unemployment and unequal development, and raises disturbing and far-reaching questions about the global economy’s future trajectory."
Initially published by the "New Left Review" in 1998, this publication with updated graphs and tables.
___DESCRIPTION: Bound in black cloth over boards, silver lettering stamped on spine, numerous black and white charts and graphs throughout; octavo size (9 3/8" x 6 1/8"), pagination: [i-xxix] [1 blank]  2-369. Dust jacket is unclipped, with original prices (U.S. $35) illustration on from panel, summary of book on front flap, author bio on rear flap, and review blurbs on back panel.
___CONDITION: Volume is fine, with clean boards, straight corners without rubbing, a strong, square text block with solid hinges, the interior is clean and bright, and entirely free of prior owner markings. Dust jacket is near fine with slightest hint of overall edgewear and a few bubbles on the rear flap where the plastic covering lifted off the paper.
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