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Table of Contents
                            Contents
List of Tables
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Part I: Theories of Imperialism as a Periodization and Interpretation of Capitalism: Some Open Theoretical Questions
	1 Classical Theories of Imperialism: A New Interpretation of Capitalist Rule, Expansionism, Capital Export, the Periodization and the ‘Decline’ of Capitalism
	2 Post-World War II ‘Metropolis-Periphery’ Theories of Imperialism
	3 Theories of Imperialism as Alternatives to Classical and Centre–Periphery Approaches
Part II: Theories of Imperialism vis-à-vis Marx’s Critique of Political Economy
	4 The State as a Vehicle of both Capitalist Expansionism and Decolonization: Historical Evidence and Theoretical Questions
	5 Capitalist Mode of Production and Social Formation: Conclusions Concerning the Organization of Capitalist Power
	6 Capitalist Mode of Production and Monopolies
	7 Is Imperialism the Latest Stage of Capitalism? Reflections on the Question of Periodization of Capitalism and Stages of Capitalist Development
Part III: National Territory and International Space: Internationalization of Capital, Financialization and Imperialist Chain
	8 Internationalization of Capital
	9 Financialization: Market Discipline or Capital Discipline?
	10 The ‘Global’ Level and the Concept of Imperialist Chain
Epilogue: Rethinking Imperialism and Capitalist Rule
Notes
References
Index
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