Global Varieties of Capitalism

  title={Global Varieties of Capitalism},
  author={Magnus Feldmann},
  journal={World Politics},
  pages={162 - 196}
abstract:This article analyzes the prospects for globalizing the varieties of capitalism (voc) debate. It identifies and compares firm-centered, governance-centered, and state-centered approaches to extending the debate on capitalist diversity, and discusses the distinctive contributions of each approach as well as the trade-offs between them. The author draws on three agenda-setting volumes that engage with the voc framework and study capitalist diversity in three regions not usually covered… 

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