Where are National Capitalisms Now?
Differences in the way national economies are organized have been highlighted in academic and policy debates. Where are National Capitalisms Now? provides studies of key national economies, examining both enduring features of their economic institutions and how these have changed in response to international economic integration and divergent performance. Drawing on a wide range of sources, the contributors provide a comprehensive, up-to-date assessment of different national models of capitalism, how they operate and how they affect the fortunes of their citizens.
The US Economy in the 1990s: The 'New Economy' Assessed; G.Thompson
British National Capitalism Since the War: Declinism, Thatcherism and New Labour; A.Gamble
Ireland: Social Partnership and the 'Celtic Tiger' Economy; R.O'Donnell
The German Economic Model: Consensus, Stability, Productivity and the Implications for Reform; C.Annesley, G.Pugh & D.Tyrrall
The French Model of Capitalism: Still Exceptional?; B.Clift
Scandinavian Capitalism at the Turn of the Century; J.Vartiainen
International Restructuring in the Japanese Economy since 1985; K.Matsuura, M.Pollitt, R.Takada & S.Tanaka
Developmental States Before and After the Asian Crisis; L.Weiss
Globalization and 'National Capitalism' in South Korea: Reconfiguring State-Capital-Labour Relations; B.Gills & D-S.Gills
Comparing National Capitalisms; H.Radice
So Where Are National Capitalisms Now? J.Perraton & B.Clift Index