Towards a Schumpeterian Workfare State? Preliminary Remarks on Post-Fordist Political Economy

This on-line version is the pre-copyedited, preprint version. The published version can be found here: ‘Towards a Schumpeterian Workfare State? Preliminary remarks on post-Fordist political economy’, Studies in Political Economy, 40, 7-39, 1993. The Keynesian welfare state regimes that emerged during the long postwar boom are widely held to be in terminal decline; but there…

Reflections on Globalization and Its (Il)logic(s)

This on-line version is the pre-copyedited, preprint version. The published version can be found here: ‘Reflections on the (il)logics of globalization’, in K. Olds, P. Dicken, P.F. Kelly, L. Kong, and H. W.-C. Yeung, eds, Globalization and the Asia Pacific: Contested Territories, London: Routledge, 19-38, 1999. By: Bob Jessop Keywords: globalization; chaotic concepts; relativization of…

Fordism and Post-Fordism: a Critical Reformulation

By: Bob Jessop This on-line version is the pre-copyedited, preprint version. The published version can be found here: ‘Fordism and post-Fordism: a critical reformulation’, in A.J. Scott and M.J. Storper, eds, Pathways to Regionalism and Industrial Development, London: Routledge, 43-65, 1992.  *** The language of Fordism and post-Fordism has entered lay discussion about the social…

Conservative Regimes and the Transition to Post-Fordism: The cases of Britain and West Germany

This on-line version is the pre-copyedited, preprint version. The published version can be found here: ‘Neo-Conservative regimes and the transition to Post-Fordism’, in M. Gottdiener and N. Komninos, ed., Capitalist Development and Crisis Theory Accumulation, Regulation, and Spatial Restructuring, Basingstoke: Macmillan, 261-299, 1989. *** This paper deals with the current transition from Fordism to post-Fordism…