This is a knowledgegraph of Jamie Wheal's thinking based on YouTube transcripts.
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Late-Stage Capitalism is the increasingly pervasive and neoliberal industrial-financial complex which has come to characterize the global economy in the 21st century. Historically speaking, the transition to Late-Stage Capitalism marks a major shift away from the defining elements of 20th century capitalism – marked by Keynesian interventionism, generative growth, a commitment to widely shared prosperity, and trust in the “invisible hand” of the market. Late-Stage Capitalism is dominated by a combustible combination of technological disruption, automation, financial engineering, resource extraction, and geographic inequality, unleashing a cascade of transformations that are reconfiguring virtually every sector of power and the global economy in their wake.