New Left Review 20, March-April 2003 In a landmark engagement with Robert Brenner’s account of the long downturn of the world economy since the 70s, Giovanni Arrighi lays out a social and political economy of the roles of labour unrestNew Left Review 20, March-April 2003 In a landmark engagement with Robert Brenner’s account of the long downturn of the world economy since the 70s, Giovanni Arrighi lays out a social and political economy of the roles of labour unrest
Giovanni Arrighi lays out a social and political economy of the roles of labour unrest, national liberation and corporate financialization in the crisis of the post-war order, and the prospects for a militarized us hegemony today
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The Plaza Accord, 30 Years LaterThe Plaza Accord, 30 Years Later
Conference on Currency Policy Then and Now: 30th Anniversary of the Plaza Accord
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Looking inward for growthLooking inward for growth
Success will require the redistribution of the considerable rents now accruing to connections of key state owned enterprises, suggesting the potential for political resistance and the yet-avoidable possibility that China could fall into a “middle
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The rise and robustness of economic freedom in chinaThe rise and robustness of economic freedom in china
Ccp and a future path on which both economic and political freedoms are lessened. While “soft resolutions” are available, they depend on the recognition abroad that global economic performance now depends importantly on continued economic growth
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Chapter 5 Japan’s Postwar Political EconomyChapter 5 Japan’s Postwar Political Economy
Rosenbluth, Frances McCall; Thies, Michael F. (2010-04-12). Japan Transformed. Princeton University Press. Kindle Edition
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