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The Resource Market liberalism and economic patriotism in the capitalist world-system, Tamás Gerőcs, Miklós Szanyi, editors

Market liberalism and economic patriotism in the capitalist world-system, Tamás Gerőcs, Miklós Szanyi, editors

Label
Market liberalism and economic patriotism in the capitalist world-system
Title
Market liberalism and economic patriotism in the capitalist world-system
Statement of responsibility
Tamás Gerőcs, Miklós Szanyi, editors
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Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Dewey number
  • 330.9
  • 338.9
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Gerőcs, Tamás,
  • Szanyi, M.,
Series statement
International political economy series
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  • Economic history
  • Economic policy
  • Economic development
  • Capitalism
  • Europe
Label
Market liberalism and economic patriotism in the capitalist world-system, Tamás Gerőcs, Miklós Szanyi, editors
Instantiates
Publication
Note
How to Create a Resistance Economy?
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; Contributors; Abbreviations; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1: Introduction; References; Chapter 2: Economic Patriotism, the Politics of Market-Making, and the Role of the State in Twenty-First-Century Capitalism; Economic Patriotism; Economic Patriotism and the State in Contemporary Capitalism; Conclusion: The Political-Economic Debate of Our Age; References; Chapter 3: Liberal Versus Organised Capitalism: A Historical-Comparative Perspective; Introduction; Theories of Intertemporal Comparison of Capitalisms
  • Polányi's Pendulum and Theories of Organised Capitalism: A Phase ModelThe Crisis of the Liberal Phase of Capitalism and the Nucleus of a New Organised Phase of Capitalism; Conclusion; References; Chapter 4: Dependent Market Economies and Wage Competition in Central and Eastern Europe; Introduction; An Overview of the Literature: What Explains Lower Wages in Central and Eastern Europe?; Our Approach, Data, and Methods; The Role of Economic Structure and Workforce Composition; The Role of Sectors and Occupational Levels; Conclusions: Wage Differences and Productivity Differentials; References
  • Chapter 5: The Place of Rent-Seeking and Corruption in Varieties of Capitalism ModelsIntroduction; Profits Versus Rents; Changing and New Forms of Rents; Institutional Consequences of Rent; Class Reproduction Through the Accumulation of Human and Cultural Capital; The Role of Rents in Post-Communist Capitalist Societies; Consequences of Inequalities; Conclusions; References; Chapter 6: The Emergence of the Patronage State in Central Europe: The Case of FDI-Related Policies in Hungary Since 2010; Introduction; Economic Patriotism and Changing Power Relations Among the Elites of CEE; Elites
  • NetworksThe Emergence of Economic Patriotism; CEE Relevance; Empirical Evidence from Hungary; Positive and Negative Impacts: And Criticism-Of the FDI-Led Development Model; Hostile Actions in Hungary; Selective-Advantage Measures: The Strategic-Partnership Program; Survey Results; Conclusion; References; Chapter 7: Member State Economic Patriotism and EU Law: Legitimate Regulatory Control Through Proportionality?; Introduction; Member State Economic Patriotism and the EU Single Market; Testing National Policies for Compliance with EU Law
  • Hungarian Economic Patriotism and Its Limits Under EU LawConclusions; References; Chapter 8: Economic Patriotism and Liberalism in Present-Day France: Changing Role of the State in French Economy; Introduction; Waves of Nationalizations; Twenty Years of (Re)privatization; Asset Management; Conclusion; References; Chapter 9: The Resistance Economy: Iranian Patriotism and Economic Liberalisation; Why Iran?; Historical Background; The Islamic Republic of Iran; Industry in Iran; Development Plans; Economic Reforms; Sanctions; The Resistance Economy and Iranian Patriotism
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on1086069846
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1 online resource (245 p.)
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9783030051860
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SpringerLink
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(OCoLC)1086069846
Label
Market liberalism and economic patriotism in the capitalist world-system, Tamás Gerőcs, Miklós Szanyi, editors
Publication
Note
How to Create a Resistance Economy?
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; Contributors; Abbreviations; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1: Introduction; References; Chapter 2: Economic Patriotism, the Politics of Market-Making, and the Role of the State in Twenty-First-Century Capitalism; Economic Patriotism; Economic Patriotism and the State in Contemporary Capitalism; Conclusion: The Political-Economic Debate of Our Age; References; Chapter 3: Liberal Versus Organised Capitalism: A Historical-Comparative Perspective; Introduction; Theories of Intertemporal Comparison of Capitalisms
  • Polányi's Pendulum and Theories of Organised Capitalism: A Phase ModelThe Crisis of the Liberal Phase of Capitalism and the Nucleus of a New Organised Phase of Capitalism; Conclusion; References; Chapter 4: Dependent Market Economies and Wage Competition in Central and Eastern Europe; Introduction; An Overview of the Literature: What Explains Lower Wages in Central and Eastern Europe?; Our Approach, Data, and Methods; The Role of Economic Structure and Workforce Composition; The Role of Sectors and Occupational Levels; Conclusions: Wage Differences and Productivity Differentials; References
  • Chapter 5: The Place of Rent-Seeking and Corruption in Varieties of Capitalism ModelsIntroduction; Profits Versus Rents; Changing and New Forms of Rents; Institutional Consequences of Rent; Class Reproduction Through the Accumulation of Human and Cultural Capital; The Role of Rents in Post-Communist Capitalist Societies; Consequences of Inequalities; Conclusions; References; Chapter 6: The Emergence of the Patronage State in Central Europe: The Case of FDI-Related Policies in Hungary Since 2010; Introduction; Economic Patriotism and Changing Power Relations Among the Elites of CEE; Elites
  • NetworksThe Emergence of Economic Patriotism; CEE Relevance; Empirical Evidence from Hungary; Positive and Negative Impacts: And Criticism-Of the FDI-Led Development Model; Hostile Actions in Hungary; Selective-Advantage Measures: The Strategic-Partnership Program; Survey Results; Conclusion; References; Chapter 7: Member State Economic Patriotism and EU Law: Legitimate Regulatory Control Through Proportionality?; Introduction; Member State Economic Patriotism and the EU Single Market; Testing National Policies for Compliance with EU Law
  • Hungarian Economic Patriotism and Its Limits Under EU LawConclusions; References; Chapter 8: Economic Patriotism and Liberalism in Present-Day France: Changing Role of the State in French Economy; Introduction; Waves of Nationalizations; Twenty Years of (Re)privatization; Asset Management; Conclusion; References; Chapter 9: The Resistance Economy: Iranian Patriotism and Economic Liberalisation; Why Iran?; Historical Background; The Islamic Republic of Iran; Industry in Iran; Development Plans; Economic Reforms; Sanctions; The Resistance Economy and Iranian Patriotism
Control code
on1086069846
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (245 p.)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783030051860
Level of compression
unknown
Note
SpringerLink
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1086069846

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