3 edition of Corporatism and economic performance found in the catalog.
Corporatism and economic performance
Includes bibliographical references (p. 190-209) and indexes.
|Statement||Andrew Henley and Euclid Tsakalotos.|
|Series||New directions in modern economics|
|Contributions||Tsakalotos, Euclid, 1960-|
|LC Classifications||HD2328 .H46 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 218 p. :|
|Number of Pages||218|
|LC Control Number||93028604|
Discuss some of the challenges and trends dominating the complex world in their continuous search for performance; Brings together management, marketing, corporate and public finance, accounting, taxation, entrepreneurship, economic theory, history of economics, business › Business & Management › Entrepreneurship. Though it is unclear which caused which, there is no doubt that South America's embrace of traditional values and corporatism has prevented it from reaching its economic potential. Whether the region can achieve prosperity in the future will depend on its
JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE ECONOM3 () Corporatism as an Economic System: A Review Essay FREDERIC L. PRYOR Department of Economics, Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania Received Octo ; revised Febru Pryor, Frederic L.-Corporatism as an Economic System: A Review Essay Interest in corporatism has surged The Corporatism in Keynes Keynes in the mid-’20s confronted an economic system in Britain that suffered many of the stresses that Mussolini’s new economic policy aimed to solve. And Keynes, then in his early 40s, was not too old to be intrigued by the new arguments against the Smithian economic model coming out of ://
Corporatism as well as the quasicorporatist functions of the ‘iron triangles’—since the economic crisis of the s—seem to have been significantly weakened by the increased tendencies toward fragmentation and segmentation, of interests and politics, under the impact of decentralization and deregulation, loss of membership, ‘new CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper analyses the impact of the institutions of consensus democracy and corporatism on socio-economic performance in twenty developed countries. This paper uses new measurements of consensus democracy and corporatism and shows that the positive macroeconomic conse-quences of consensus democracy and corporatism ?doi=
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Corporatism and Economic Performance: A Comparative Analysis of Market Economies (New Directions in Modern Economics Series) Downloadable. The industrialized economies of the world have experienced a considerable diversity of economic experience since the shocks of the s.
The authors of this major study assess the institutional determinants of economic performance in a comparative analysis of OECD economies.
They focus in particular on the role played by corporatist arrangements in such countries as Austria and Get this from a library. Corporatism and economic performance: a comparative analysis of market economies.
[Andrew Henley; Euclid Tsakalotos] -- The industrialized economies of the world have experienced a considerable diversity of economic experience since the economic shocks of the s.
Drawing upon the experience of the last two decades, Corporatism and Economic Performance - CORE Reader Social corporatism and economic performance - introduction and conclusions, Jukka Pekkarinen et al lessons from "corporatist theorizations", Goran Therborn corporatism and wage bargaining, Matti Corporatism and Economic Performance.
Lund University Economics Working Paper No. 20 Pages Posted: 14 May See all articles by Fredrik Andersson Fredrik Andersson. Lund University - Department of Economics. Date Written: Decem ://?abstract_id= Corporatism and Economic Performance. By Fredrik C.
Andersson. Get PDF ( KB) Abstract. This paper models corporatism as affecting both the preferences of the parties involved as well as the rules of the game. The analysis is conducted in a union-government game on determining wages and unemployment CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This paper models corporatism as affecting both the preferences of the parties involved as well as the rules of the game.
The analysis is conducted in a uniongovernment game on determining wages and unemployment benefits. The result indicates that international conditions might be important for the functions of the ?doi= Over the last years the corporation has risen from relative obscurity to become the world’s dominant economic institution.
Eminent Canadian law professor and legal theorist Joel Bakan contends that today's corporation is a pathological institution, a dangerous possessor of the great power it wields over people and :// Industrial Market Structure and Economic Performance的话题 (全部 条) 什么是话题 无论是一部作品、一个人，还是一件事，都往往可以衍生出许多不同的话题。将这些话题细分出来，分别进行讨论，会有更多收获 It is noticed that in both theoretical and empirical analyses concerning the relationship between corporatism and economic performance, the role of government is kept rather :// UNU-WIDER United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics Research Katajanokanlaituri 6 B, FI Helsinki, Finland Tel: +(0)9 /social-corporatism-and-long-term-economic-performance.
In an increasingly integrated world economy, the future prospects for corporatism look uncertain, although there is still a strong economic case for corporatist institutions. This book sheds new light on corporatism as a complex and multidimensional entity, examining the rationale, scope, performance and future prospects of corporatist Esta base de dados contém um conjunto de elementos sobre a constituição e a actividade dos organismos corporativos, instituídos em Portugal durante o Estado Corporatism and Labour Market Performance / Bob Rowthorn Corporatism, Patterns of Employment, and Access to Consumption / Andrew Glyn Saving and Economic Growth from a Nordic Perspective / Katri Kosonen Social Corporatism and Long-Term Economic Performance / Michael Landesmann and Juhana Vartiainen Distinct from both socialism and capitalism, social corporatism is defined in this book as an economic system in which the labor market is organized by centralized wage bargaining and is non-exclusive as well as egalitarian.
The study focuses on the links between the degree of corporatism and macroeconomic performance. Access book Following a period of almost obsessive academic attention in the s, in the early s the concept of corporatism fell from favor, as its explanatory powers appeared to wane and the Keynesian welfare systems under which it had flourished apparently fell into decline.
In the late s, a new interest in corporatism emerged, in line with new patterns of concertation and corporatist behavior The deteriorating performance commonly attributed to corporatism in the s was limited to countries where public sector unions increasingly dominated national labor movements.
Encompassing trade union movements can still generate wage restraint, but only where the union movement is dominated by unions in the exposed sector that are subject Socio-economic arena Corporatism Policy Outputs Socio-economic Performance Socio -economic policy Context variables Elections Parties Voters Parliaments Governments Figure 1 Conceptual model Cooperation and agreements between actors can result in institutional arrangements, but still one must discern the behaviour of the actors from the Corporatism is a politico-economic approach based on the organization of the state according to vocation, profession, or function.
The education-employment nexus, in particular, is a necessary starting point for the development of any larger corporatist ://. Wikipedia: Corporatism is a form of political organization in which legislative power is given to corporations that represent economic, industrial and professional groups.
Unlike pluralism, in which many groups must compete for pressuring the state from outside, in corporatism, certain large nation-wide bodies take a critical role in the Web view.
Chinese Economic Performance in the Long Run的书评 (全部 10 条) 热门 / 最新 / 好友 盘水 上海人民出版社版 为翻译者羞耻 两位译者还“认真”地写了前言，并说此书曾翻译过，上一个版本不为麦迪森认可 This book provides a definition of corporatism, an important task given the changes in definition since the nineteenth century and the current revival of intellectual interest in the subject as an economic system distinct from both capitalism and