Phases Of Capitalist Development

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In this collection authors from eight different countries, representing a wide variety of academic disciplines and theoretical perspectives, investigate the differing phases of capitalist development. They offer diverse and powerful analyses of the postwar boom, economic crises, and globalization within this context.

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Overview

In this collection authors from eight different countries, representing a wide variety of academic disciplines and theoretical perspectives, investigate the differing phases of capitalist development. They offer diverse and powerful analyses of the postwar boom, economic crises, and globalization within this context.

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In these 18 papers, political scientists, sociologists, economists, geographers, and government officials from North America, Europe, Australia, and Japan describe the processes and stages of capitalist development. Along the way, they analyze recent events, including the post-war boom, deregulation, contemporary crises, and economic globalization. Social change, class struggle, and the contradictions of imperialism are given particular notice. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780333948385
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Publication date: 9/1/2002
  • Edition description: REV
  • Pages: 368
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.82 (d)

Meet the Author

Robert Albritton is Professor of Political Science, York University, Toronto. Makoto Itoh is Professor of Economics, Kokugakuin University, Tokyo.

Richard Westra is in the Department of Political Science, York University, Toronto.

Alan Zuege is in the Department of Political Science, York University, Toronto.

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Table of Contents

International Relations and Capitalist Discipline—K.van der Pijl
• The Fortunes of Capitalism: A Phase of Ex-Capitalist Transition—J.Bell & T.T.Sekine
• Capitalist Development in World Historical Perspective—G.Arright & J.W.Moore
• Class Struggle and the Global Overaccumulation of Capital—S.Clarke
• The State, Globalization, and Phases of Capitalist Development—D.M.Kotz
• Spiral Reversal of Capitalist Development: What Does it Imply for the Twenty-First Century?—M.Itoh
• Capitalism in the Future Perfect Tense—R.Albritton
• Periodizing Capitalism: Technology, Institutions, and Relations of Production—G.Duménil & D.Lévy
• Space, Regulation, and the Capitalist Economy—S.Resnick
• Has the Empire Struck Back?—A.Freeman
• Imperialist Contradictions at the Threshold of the Third Millennium: A New Phase?—G.Carchedi
• Periodizing Capitalism and Analysing Imperialism: Classical Marxism and Capitalist Evolution—A.Callinicos
• Growth and Change in the World Economy Since 1950—J.J.Webber & D.L.Rigby
• Globalize, Globalize, Global Lies: Myth of the World Economy in the 1990s—J.Weeks
• What Follows Fordism? On the Periodization of Capitalism and its Regulation—B.Jessop
• Phases of Capitalism and Post-Capitalist Social Change—R.Westra

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