Thinking Infrastructures in Jokowi Regimes: Private Investment for Infrastructures

Article by Jonathan S. Parhusip In thinking infrastructures, the paper examines infrastructural development policies as a set of infrastructures that “binds” us and rethinks a broad range of phenomena that infrastructures bring to us. The article offers a critical analysis and reassessment of modern logistics and infrastructure projects in Jokowi’s …

Infrastructure and Its Dark Side

Article by LI QI. Abstract This article briefly discusses the role of infrastructure in the history of capitalism and the expansion of the state. Recent studies on infrastructure focus on its ontological perspective, arguing the ideological function that is visible upon the built network of infrastructure. According to Marxist theory …

Logistical Worlds: Infrastructure, Software, Labour (book review)

Book review by Juan Alberto Ruiz Casado. Abstract This book comprises 11 different chapters written by different authors but revolving around the same topic: how globalization and the dynamics of logistics, information software, geopolitics, neo-capitalism, and other factors are affecting the world and, especially, labor markets and workers. Most of …