Roads to Social Capitalism: Theory, Evidence, and Policy

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Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2012 - Business & Economics - 372 pages
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The current crises in the financialization of capitalism, and their repercussions on the financial viability of entire countries, severely question the achievements of mainstream economics and its disregard of Keynes's theory of effective demand and f
 

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Contents

General Introduction
1
Baseling Scenarios and Social Reforms
27
1 Capital Accumulation and the Marxian Reserve Army
29
2 Segmented Labour and an Employer of Last Resort
55
3 Full Employment Capitalism through an Employer of First Resort
95
Effective Demand Finance and Innovation
135
4 DemandDriven Distributive Cycles
137
5 Banking Financial Markets and the Narrow Banking Idea
165
Part III Systemic Crises Policy Responses and the Road to Social Capitalism
221
7 Capital Accumulation Environmental Decay and Rehabilitation
223
8 Rampant Fiscal Policy IMF Intervention and Policy Reforms
249
A New Social Structure for Capital Accumulation
285
References
345
Notations
365
Author Index
367
Subject Index
371

6 Schumpeterian Innovations Waves from a Classical Perspective by Reiner Franke
197

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Peter Flaschel is Emeritus Professor in the Faculty of Economics at Bielefeld University.

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