E-2001f State-IRSoc

Bringing the State Back in (Yet Again): Reviews, Revisions, Rejections, and Redirections

This article addresses West European and North American developments in theorizing the state. It briefly reviews the first major postwar revival of theoretical interest in the state that began in Western Europe during the mid-1960s. This was mainly led by Marxists interested in the general form and functions of the capitalist state; but a key supporting role was played by Marxist-feminists who extended such ideas to the patriarchal capitalist state…

E-1998a Lausanne-final

The Rise of Governance and the Risks of Failure: the Case of Economic Development

This on-line version is the pre-copyedited, preprint version. The published version can be found here: ‘The rise of governance and the risks of failure: the case of economic development’, International Social Science Journal, issue 155, 29-46, 1998. This article explores the roles of markets, states, and partnerships in economic coordination and considers their respective tendencies…

E-2000b IJURR4

The Crisis of the National Spatio-Temporal Fix and the Ecological Dominance of Globalizing Capitalism

This on-line version is the pre-copyedited, preprint version. The published version can be found here: ‘The crisis of the national spatio-temporal fix and the ecological dominance of globalizing capitalism’, International Journal of Urban and Regional Studies, 24 (2), 323-360, 2000.   This article addresses globalization from a doubly heterodox regulationist viewpoint. The regulation approach is already…

E-1997a Ripe

Capitalism and its Future: Remarks on Regulation, Government, and Governance

This on-line version is the pre-copyedited, preprint version. The published version can be found here:   ‘Capitalism and its future: remarks on regulation, government, and governance’, Review of International Political Economy, 4 (3), 435-455, 1997. The conference which inspired this collection was explicitly concerned with the direction of contemporary capitalism. Its final plenary session, to…

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The details of the Fourth Cultural Political Economy Workshop

  Cultural Political Economy Research Centre (CPERC) Lancaster University The Fourth Annual Cultural Political Economy Workshop Sponsored by Sociology Department Theme: Cultural Political Economy of Finance, Debt and Crisis Date: 22 May 2014 (Thursday) Place: Charles Carter A18, Lancaster University Time: 9:30-5:00   The details of the Fourth Cultural Political Economy Workshop is now available…