Who owns the world? Tracing half the corporate giants’ shares to 30 owners

Published April 12, 2017

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Class and climate: how financial warfare affects the air

Published March 11th 2014.

The climate crisis has deep roots in class. Its class impacts are everywhere, from the acrid particles accumulating in the…

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The government is swimming against the tide on Westpac’s Adani decision

Published 3rd April, 2017

The government is swimming against the tide on Westpac’s Adani decision The Australian government’s strident criticism of Westpac for not financing…

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Financial Markets, Climate Change, and Paradoxes of Coordination and Intervention.

Published 2016

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The relationships between children’s behaviour and aspects of work, safety and wellbeing within families of mine and energy workers

Published 2016

The relationships between children’s behaviour and aspects of work, safety and wellbeing within families of mine and energy…

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Restrukturierung des Eigentums an großen Unternehmen während der Finanzkrise. Deutschland und die USA im Vergleich,WSI-Mitteilungenx

Published 2016

Restrukturierung des Eigentums an großen Unternehmen während der Finanzkrise. Deutschland und die USA im Vergleich,WSI-Mitteilungenx [The restructuring of corporate ownership…

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Relationships between children’s behaviour and parents’ work within families of mining and energy workers

Published November, 2016

Abstract We examine the relationships between the working arrangements of mineworkers and behavioural issues in their children, using a large…

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Wem gehören die großen Unternehmen? Restrukturierung des Eigentums während der Finanzkrise in Deutschland und den USA

Published December, 2016.

Eigentum an großen Unternehmen konstituiert gesellschaftliche Macht. Der Beitrag stellt die Frage: Wem gehören die 200 größten realwirtschaftlichen Unternehmen in…

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Work-related influences on marital satisfaction amongst shift-workers and their partners: a large, matched-pairs study,

Published 2015

Abstract This study details a large cross-sectional couples-level exploration of work-related variables and marital satisfaction (MSAT) in a shift work…

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The meaning and making of union delegate networks

Published 2015

Abstract Networks are a subject of growing research interest. Yet union networks, particularly networks of delegates, and ways to build…

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We rule the world: an emerging transnational ruling class?

Published 2015

Abstract Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to investigate who rules the world. The hypothesis is that it…

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Conflicts within transnational finance capital and the motivations of climate-interested investors

Published 2015

The corporation under capitalism has been described as an® externalizing machine (Bakan, 2004). Since the industrial revolution, profits have relied…

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La restructuration de la propriété des entreprises et la crise financière mondiale

Published 2015

The global financial crisis has caused economic restructuring and serial political crises. We propose here to examine some aspects of…

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Work–life interference and gender in the mining and energy industry

Published 2014

In the context of the widespread adoption of 12-hour shifts in the male-dominated mining and energy industry, and using data…

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Does age affect the relationship between control at work and sleep disturbance for shift workers?

Published 2014

Among miners, shift work, aging and lack of control at work may be factors leading to increased sleep problems. Such…

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Does age moderate the relationship between control at work and sleep disturbances?

Published 2014

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Work-related influences on marital satisfaction amongst shiftworkers and their partners: a large, matched-pairs study

Published 2014

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We are the 1 % ÜberglobaleFinanzeliten, Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte,Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte

Published 2014

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The New Structuring of Corporate Ownership

Published 2013

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Restructuring of Corporate Ownership in Australia through the Global Financial Crisis

Published 2013

The global financial crisis through 2007-2009 was a critical period for finance capital in the USA and UK, and to…

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Economic wealth and political power in Australia, 1788-2010

Published 2012

Georgina Murray and Jenny Chesters. Although Australia is sometimes regarded as an egalitarian society, evidence shows that inequalities in the…

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The New Fractionation of the Ruling Class

Published 2012

William Robinson’s original material is both descriptive and analytical. His work describes a new fractionation within the class system and…

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‘“You get really old, really quick”: Involuntary long hours in the mining industry

Published 2011

Is there a job quality problem in mining? Is part of this problem that mining employees are working involuntary long…

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Finance capital, jobs and restructuring corporate ownership in the United States

Published 2011

Finance capital, jobs and restructuring corporate ownership in the United States David Peetz & Georgina Murray Griffith University We analyse…

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Capital in Crisis? Implications for Work and Society

Published 2010

The global financial crisis and the uneven recovery from it have been at the forefront of public debate for over…

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‘Keep Your Head High’: Adaptations and Struggles of Australian Women Miners

Published 2010

The adaptations and struggles for women miners over the last three decades have been immense. This study reports on these…

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Who Rules the World – Ownership and Finance Capital

Published 2010

This paper examines the relationship of a transnational capitalist class to the nation state through the control that is exercised…

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Involuntary Long Hours in Mining

Published 2010

Long hours worked in the mining industry might reflect employee preferences. We analyse quantitative and qualitative data from the mining…

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Women Miners: ‘We’re in like a virus and we don’t mind the work either’

Published 2009

In mining, women constitute what Kanter (1977) calls a ‘token’ group, representing only a small proportion of workers. In the…

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‘There was some hard times in there’: women in the Queensland coal mines

Published 2009

The first handful of women began working in Queensland coal mines in 1979, as labourers, in what was seen by…

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Transnational capital in Australia: “heavy marketing with no accountability”

Published 2009

Abstract This article looks at the Australian capitalist class (ACC) and its fit into global capitalism; is it a special…

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Women and Death in a Mining Community

Published 2009

When we hear about accidents or fatalities at work, all too often it is put to us in terms of…

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Australia Has a Transnational Capitalist Class?

Published 2009

This paper looks at the apparent contradiction of a transnational capitalist class (TCC) within the Australian nation state and asks…

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Networks of power: Australia’s relationship to the transnational capitalist class

Published 2008

Abstract This paper looks at the apparent contradiction of a transnational capitalist class (TCC) within the Australian nation state. It…

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