When Economic Crises Endure

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This work represents the French Regulation School approach to the study of economics. Regulationists focus on the long-term evolution of capitalist economies with a strong emphasis on cross-country comparisons. Their theory centers on the notion of "accumulation regimes", a concept that analyzes long-wave growth patterns and how those patterns were shaped by five key regulatory mechanisms: 1) forms of competition; 2) the socio-technical system covering all aspects of the capital-labor relation; 3) money; 4) forms of state intervention; and 5) arrangements regulating international economic relations. Methodologically, their approach is very flexible and innovative, ranging from econometric models to interdisciplinary studies.

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Contents

List of Tables xi
14
Preface to the English Translation
xix
From Extensive to Intensive Accumulation 3
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Mazier, Universite de Paris XIII.

Basle, Universite de Rennes I.

Vidal, Universit'e de Paris XI.

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