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The Resource Capital resurgent : roots of the neoliberal revolution, Gérard Duménil, Dominique Lévy ; translated by Derek Jeffers

Capital resurgent : roots of the neoliberal revolution, Gérard Duménil, Dominique Lévy ; translated by Derek Jeffers

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Capital resurgent : roots of the neoliberal revolution
Title
Capital resurgent
Title remainder
roots of the neoliberal revolution
Statement of responsibility
Gérard Duménil, Dominique Lévy ; translated by Derek Jeffers
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Subject
Language
  • eng
  • fre
  • eng
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Duménil, Gérard
Index
index present
Language note
Translated from the French
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Lévy, Dominique
  • Jeffers, Derek
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  • Economic history
  • Economic history
  • Capitalism
  • Liberalism
  • Globalization
  • Financial crises
  • Unemployment
Label
Capital resurgent : roots of the neoliberal revolution, Gérard Duménil, Dominique Lévy ; translated by Derek Jeffers
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 223-237) and index
Contents
Part I. Crisis and Neoliberalism -- 1. The Strange Dynamics of Change -- 2. Economic Crises and Social Orders -- Part II. Crisis and Unemployment -- 3. The Structural Crisis of the 1970s and 1980s -- 4. Technical Progress: Accelerating or Slowing? -- 5. America and Europe: The Creator of Jobs and the Creator of Unemployment -- 6. Controlling Labor Costs and Reining in the Welfare State -- 7. Unemployment: Historical Fate? -- 8. The End of the Crisis? -- Part III. The Law of Finance -- 9. The Interest Rate Shock and the Weight of Dividends -- 10. Keynesian State Indebtedness and Household Indebtedness -- 11. An Epidemic of Financial Crises -- 12. Globalization under Hegemony -- 13. Financialization: Myth or Reality? -- 14. Does Finance Feed the Economy? -- 15. Who Benefits from the Crime? -- Part IV. The Lessons of History -- 16. Historical Precedent: The Crisis at the End of the Nineteenth Century -- 17. The End of the Structural Crises: Does the Twentieth Century Resemble the Nineteenth? -- 18. Two Periods of Financial Hegemony: The Beginning and the End of the Twentieth Century -- 19. Inherent Risks: The 1929 Precedent -- 20. Capital Mobility and Stock Market Fever -- 21. Between Two Periods of Financial Hegemony: Thirty Years of Prosperity -- Part V. History on the March -- 22. A Keynesian Interpretation -- 23. The Dynamics of Capital -- Appendix A. Other Studies by the Authors -- Appendix B. Sources and Calculations
Control code
ocm53483521
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
vi, 249 p.
Isbn
9780674011588
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2003067501
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)53483521
Label
Capital resurgent : roots of the neoliberal revolution, Gérard Duménil, Dominique Lévy ; translated by Derek Jeffers
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 223-237) and index
Contents
Part I. Crisis and Neoliberalism -- 1. The Strange Dynamics of Change -- 2. Economic Crises and Social Orders -- Part II. Crisis and Unemployment -- 3. The Structural Crisis of the 1970s and 1980s -- 4. Technical Progress: Accelerating or Slowing? -- 5. America and Europe: The Creator of Jobs and the Creator of Unemployment -- 6. Controlling Labor Costs and Reining in the Welfare State -- 7. Unemployment: Historical Fate? -- 8. The End of the Crisis? -- Part III. The Law of Finance -- 9. The Interest Rate Shock and the Weight of Dividends -- 10. Keynesian State Indebtedness and Household Indebtedness -- 11. An Epidemic of Financial Crises -- 12. Globalization under Hegemony -- 13. Financialization: Myth or Reality? -- 14. Does Finance Feed the Economy? -- 15. Who Benefits from the Crime? -- Part IV. The Lessons of History -- 16. Historical Precedent: The Crisis at the End of the Nineteenth Century -- 17. The End of the Structural Crises: Does the Twentieth Century Resemble the Nineteenth? -- 18. Two Periods of Financial Hegemony: The Beginning and the End of the Twentieth Century -- 19. Inherent Risks: The 1929 Precedent -- 20. Capital Mobility and Stock Market Fever -- 21. Between Two Periods of Financial Hegemony: Thirty Years of Prosperity -- Part V. History on the March -- 22. A Keynesian Interpretation -- 23. The Dynamics of Capital -- Appendix A. Other Studies by the Authors -- Appendix B. Sources and Calculations
Control code
ocm53483521
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
vi, 249 p.
Isbn
9780674011588
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
2003067501
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)53483521

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