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Beyond Continuity: Institutional Change in Advanced Political Economies
Debates surrounding institutional change have become increasingly central to Political Science, Management Studies, and Sociology, opposing the role of globalization in bringing about a convergenceExpand
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(Reseña) Re-Forming Capitalism: Institutional Change in the German Political Economy.
Wolfgang Streeck has written extensively on comparative political economy and institutional theory. In this book he addresses some of the key issues in this field: the role of history inExpand
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German Capitalism: Does It Exist? Can It Survive?
Drawing on extensive comparison with the United States, Japan and Britain, the paper describes the "German model" of advanced capitalism as an institutionalized high-wage economy combining highExpand
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The Crises of Democratic Capitalism
The collapse of the American financial system that occurred in 2008 has since turned into an economic and political crisis of global dimensions. How should this world-shaking event be conceptualized?Expand
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Social Institutions and Economic Performance: Studies of Industrial Relations in Advanced Capitalist Economies
Productive constraints on the institutional conditions of diversified quality production revising status and contract - pluralism, corporatism and flexibility interest heterogeneity and organizingExpand
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The organization of business interests: Studying the associative action of business in advanced industrial societies
The paper presents a theoretical outline for a cross-national comparative study of business associations. It identifies two clusters of independent variables that are assumed to affect the structureExpand
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Works Councils: Consultation, Representation, and Cooperation in Industrial Relations
As the influence of labor unions declines in many industrialized nations, particularly the United States, the influence of workers has decreased. Because of the need for greater involvement ofExpand
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Contemporary Capitalism: Beneficial Constraints: On the Economic Limits of Rational Voluntarism
Economists have succeeded in persuading most people that the performance of an economy improves as social constraints on self-interested rational action are removed. In this essay I wish to argueExpand
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