The Dialectics of Liquidity Crisis An interpretation of explanations of the financial crisis of 2007-08
Global Criminal and Sovereign Free Economies and the Demise of the Western Democracies Dark Renaissance
Emerging Market Multinationals in Europe
The Crisis and Renewal of American Capitalism A Civilizational Approach to Modern American Political Economy
By Chang Jae Lee, You-il Lee, John Benson, Ying Zhu, Yoon-Jong Jang
December 18, 2020
The book is the first attempt to offer a holistic and integrated exploration of the political-economic framework underpinning economic regionalism. In doing so it provides a much-needed contribution to the literature on international political economy, international relations and Asian political ...
By Verity Burgmann
March 21, 2018
The Open Access version of this book, available at http://www.tandfebooks.com, has been made available under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 3.0 license.Globalization has adversely affected working-class organization and mobilization, increasing inequality by ...
Edited By Shaheen Rafi Khan
December 12, 2017
This volume addresses the growth of regional trade agreements (RTAs) which have mushroomed since the 1990s, and considers their potential as a tool for reducing inter- and intra-state conflict. Exploring the links between trade, conflict and peace in different and varying contexts, this book maps ...
By Anthony P. D'Costa
May 18, 2017
International mobility is not a new concept as people have moved throughout history, voluntarily and forcibly, for personal, familial, economic, political, and professional reasons. Yet, the mobility of technical talent in the global economy is relatively new, largely voluntary, structurally ...
By Chris Jefferis
February 28, 2017
This book analyses the logic of applying the American Post-Keynesian economist Hyman Minsky’s Financial Instability Hypothesis (FIH) to the financial crisis of 2007–08. Arguing that most theories of financial crisis, including Minsky’s own, only describe events, but do not actually explain them, ...
By Paul Dragos Aligica, Vlad Tarko
November 08, 2016
The book's objective is to explore the challenge of thinking methodically - in a theoretically and empirically informed way - about alternative forms of capitalism. What are the most effective ways to conceptualize the existing models of capitalism that have captured the public imagination and are ...
Edited By Robert J. Bunker, Pamela Ligouri Bunker
November 08, 2016
Much has been written about the many economic benefits of globalization and the triumph and spread of democratic liberalism with the end of the Cold War, following the demise of the Soviet Union. This work takes issue with such "wine and roses" perspectives about the future of the Western ...
By Barbara Emadi-Coffin
July 12, 2016
The function of the state as a symbol of identity has become increasingly important as major powers of the pre-Cold War era have given way to self-determination. The conventional role of the state has, however, simultaneously been challenged by the process of globalisation which transcends such ...
Edited By Louis Brennan, Caner Bakir
July 07, 2016
This book makes a timely and highly stimulating contribution to the discourse on emerging-market multinationals, (EMNCs), as Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Europe from emerging countries (especially from the BRICs - Brazil, Russia, India, China) continues to grow in significance. Unsurprisingly...
Edited By Robert Boyer, Toshio Yamada
May 24, 2016
The contributors to Japanese Capitalism in Crisis show that there can be a middle ground between the current extremes of the Japanese economy, and offer two proposals: a deeper understanding of long term development, and an extension of existing theory....
Edited By Laurence Cossu-Beaumont, Jacques-Henri Coste, Jean-Baptiste Velut
December 29, 2015
Despite the reversal of America’s fortune from the triumphalism of the Roaring Nineties to the gloom of the lost decade and the Great Depression, theoretical conceptions of US capitalism have remained surprisingly unchanged. This book departs from the American political economy literature to ...
By Michelle Frasher
September 08, 2015
With original archival documents and interviews from the US and Europe, Michelle Frasher brings the reader into the negotiating room with American, German, and French officials as they confronted the collapse of the Bretton Woods monetary system and made decisions that affected the course of ...