Cooperation and Political Economic Performance in Affluent Democratic Capitalism1

@article{Hicks1998CooperationAP,
  title={Cooperation and Political Economic Performance in Affluent Democratic Capitalism1},
  author={A. Hicks and L. Kenworthy},
  journal={American Journal of Sociology},
  year={1998},
  volume={103},
  pages={1631 - 1672}
}
Research on comparative political economic performance has traditionally followed two separate tracks, one concerned with collective economic gain (growth and efficiency) and the other focused on distribution and redistribution. Cooperative institutions offer a key to understanding cross–national variation among the affluent capitalist democracies in both facets of political economic performance. These institutions cluster along two dimensions: neocorporatism and firm–level cooperation. Pooled… Expand
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