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Comparative Political Economy of Industrial Capitalism

Опубликовано на портале: 22-12-2006
New-York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002, 256 с.
This comparative study of industrial capitalism is an examination of state-economy relations in mixed economies ranging from the interventionist German and Japanese to the less interventionist Anglo-American. Following the postwar consensus that resulted in the 'golden age' (1950-1973) and ended with the energy crisis, the Anglo-American economies adopted neoliberalism while Germany and Japan remained interventionist. This resulted in the emergence of national types of capitalism. While analyzing the increased competition between them, R.C.Mascarenhas also notes the influence of globalization as well as 'alternative capitalism' with the survival and re-emergence of industrial districts.


Comparative Political Economy: An Institutionalist Approach

Development in Modern Industrial Capitalism

State and the Economy

Changing Nature of Capitalism: Large-Scale Enterprises

Globalization and its Effects on Capitalism

Alternative Models of Capitalism

Types of Capitalism: Anglo-America

German Capitalism: The Social Market Model

Japan: The East Asian Development State

Comparative Perspective of Industrial Capitalism