The Historical Constitution of the Political Forms of Capitalism

@article{Gerstenberger2011TheHC,
  title={The Historical Constitution of the Political Forms of Capitalism},
  author={H. Gerstenberger},
  journal={Antipode},
  year={2011},
  volume={43},
  pages={60-86}
}
Abstract:  This article provides a general overview and critique of approaches to state theory, from the Marxist “state derivation“ debate of the 1970s, through to regulation and world-systems perspectives, to theories which encompass imperialism. It proposes that a theory of the political forms of capitalism should have three elements: it should be based on analysis of the different historical processes by which capitalist states have been and are constituted; it should elucidate the… Expand
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