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Technological Revolutions and Financial Capital: The Dynamics of Bubbles and Golden Ages

Опубликовано на портале: 01-02-2007
Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2002, 224 с.
Technological Revolutions and Financial Capital presents a novel interpretation of the good and bad times in the economy, taking a long-term perspective and linking technology and finance in an original and convincing way.

Preface Chris Freeman

INTRODUCTION: AN INTERPRETATION

PART ONE: TECHNOLOGICAL REVOLUTIONS AND SUCCESSIVE GREAT SURGES OF DEVELOPMENT

1. The Turbulent Ending of the Twentieth Century

2. Technological Revolutions and Techno-Economic Paradigms

3. The Social Shaping of Technological Revolutions

4. The Propagation of Paradigms: Times of Installation, Times of Deployment

5. The Four Basic Phases of Each Surge of Development

6. Uneven Development and Time-Lags in Diffusion

PART TWO: TECHNOLOGICAL REVOLUTIONS AND THE CHANGING BEHAVIOR OF FINANCIAL CAPITAL

7. Financial capital and Production Capital

8. Maturity: Financial Capital Planting the Seeds of Turbulence at the End of the Previous Surge

9. Irruption: The Love Affair of Financial Capital with the Technological Revolution

10. Frenzy: Self-Sufficient Financial Capital Governing the Casino

11. The Turning Point: Rethinking, Regulation and Changeover

12. Synergy: Supporting the Expansion of the Paradigm across the Productive Structure

13. The Changing Nature of Financial and Institutional Innovations

PART THREE: THE RECURRING SEQUENCE, ITS CAUSES AND IMPLICATIONS

14. The Sequence and its driving forces

15. The Implications for Theory and Policy

EPILOGUE: THE WORLD AT THE TURNING POINT Bibliography Index


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