Taking capitalism seriously: Toward an institutionalist approach to contemporary political economy

@article{Streeck2011TakingCS,
  title={Taking capitalism seriously: Toward an institutionalist approach to contemporary political economy},
  author={W. Streeck},
  journal={Socio-economic Review},
  year={2011},
  volume={9},
  pages={137-167}
}
  • W. Streeck
  • Published 2011
  • Political Science
  • Socio-economic Review
This paper outlines an institutionalist political economy approach to capitalism as a specific type of social order. Social science institutionalism considers social systems to be structured by sanctioned rules of obligatory behavior. Its perspective is one of collective ordering, or governance, through regularization and normalization of social action, either by public authority or by private contract. Political economy looks at the interrelations between collective action in general and… Expand
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