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Cognitive capitalism and the rat race: how capital measures ideas and affects in UK Higher Education

By Massimo de Angelis and David Harvie


Presented at conference on Immaterial Labour, Multitudes and New Social Subjects: Class Composition in Cognitive Capitalism, University of Cambridge (according to note on author's website at article has subsequently been published, details of which can be found at

Year: 2006
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