1. What is the geography of capitalism and what specific spatial patterns and processes characterise uneven development?2. To what extent is Karl Polanyi’s writing a continuation and development of certain ideas within the Marxist tradition? 3. How does Silvia Federici’s focus on the sphere of social reproduction as a source of value-creation and exploitation change the historical account of primitive accumulation?4. Critically assess Thomas Piketty’s account in Capital in the Twenty-First Century of the equalising process of knowledge and productive technology between less advanced and more advanced states.5. Assess the strengths and weaknesses of Leo Panitch and Sam Gindin’s arguments about the political economy of American empire.6. Within the transnational state thesis of William Robinson, assess the degree to which the state today is a mere transmission belt for the diffusing aspects of global capitalism.7. How would you analyse and evaluate the importance of counter-spaces of resistance in contesting global capitalism in the twenty-first century?8. To what extent does J.K. Gibson-Graham’s critique of capitalocentrism enable the supplanting of capitalist hegemony?