Industrial Crisis

A Comparative Study of the State and Industry
  • 283 Pages
  • 1.27 MB
  • English

Palgrave Macmillan
Development - Economic Development, General, State And Industrial Organization, Reference, Bankruptcy, Economic policy, Industrial p
ContributionsKenneth Dyson (Editor), Stephen Wilks (Editor)
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10390038M
ISBN 100312414226
ISBN 139780312414221

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The fourth industrial revolution is developing globally, with no geographical centre. It is also taking place at enormous speed.

The slowdown in Britain’s productivity growth over the last decade is the worst since the start of the Industrial Revolution years. In the Guadalupe Dunes, miles north of Los Angeles and miles south of San Francisco, an oil spill persisted unattended for 38 years.

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Material Underpinnings: Economic Structure and Industrial Crisis, --International Competition, Domestic Industrial Crisis, and the Strategies of Firms --State, Market Governance, and Particularistic Interests: The Political Economy of Capture --Capturing the Global Trade Regime --Dismantling Protectionism: The PoliticalEconomy of.

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The crisis in modern masculinity. which, defined by industrial capitalism, came to be rigidly organised through new sexual and racial divisions of.

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Reserve army of labour is a concept in Karl Marx's critique of political economy. It refers to the unemployed and underemployed in capitalist is synonymous with "industrial reserve army" or "relative surplus population", except that the unemployed can be defined as those actually looking for work and that the relative surplus population also includes people unable to.

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