The Golden Age of Capitalism: Reinterpreting the Postwar Experience

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Stephen A. Marglin, Juliet Schor
Clarendon Press, 1990 - Capitalism - 324 pages
This historical/theoretical work presents essays that examine the institutions that fostered sustained growth and high employment after World War II, and the forces which undermined the effectiveness of these institutions in the 1960s and 70s. Contributors include A. Glyn, A. Hughes, A. Lipietz, A. Singh, G. Epstein, J. Schor, S. Marglin, A. Bhaduri, S. Bowles, R. Boyer, R. Rowthorn, and M. Aoki.

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Contents

The Rise and Fall of the Golden
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Macropolicy in the Rise and Fall of the Golden
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Profit Squeeze and Keynesian Theory
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