Reading Karl Polanyi for the twenty-first century: market economy as a political projectAuthor: Bugra, Ayse ; Agartan, KaanPublisher: Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.Language: EnglishDescription: 267 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9781403983930Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Reading Karl Polanyi for the Twenty-First Century Market Economy as a Political Project Contents List of Tables Foreword Acknowledgments Introduction Ayse Bugra Part I Reflections on Disembeddedness: Welfare State and Beyond 1 Suppressing the Double Movement to Secure the Dictatorship of Finance Manfred Bienefeld 2 The 1970s and After: The Political Economy of Inflation and the Crisis of Social Democracy Pat Devine 3 The Slight Transformation: Contesting the Legacy of Karl Polanyi Hannes Lacher Part II Commodity Fiction in Contemporary Market Economies (1): Work Today 4 Labor Recommodification in the Global Transformation Guy Standing 5 The Right to Work, Way of Social Exclusion? Basic Income as a Guarantee to the Right to Work Jose Luis Rey Perez vii ix xiii 1 13 33 49 67 95 Part III Commodity Fiction in Contemporary Market Economies (2): Knowledge Today 6 Knowledge as a Fictitious Commodity: Insights and Limits of a Polanyian Perspective Bob Jessop 7 Commercialization of Science in a Neoliberal World Gürol Irzik 8 Intellectual Property: Commodification and Its Discontents Virginia Brown-Keyder Part IV Patterns of Resistance and Adaptation 9 Polanyi's Concept of Double Movement and Politics in the Contemporary Market Society Ayse Bugra 10 Reforming East Asian Labor Systems: China, Korea, and Thailand Frederic C. Deyo and Kaan Agartan 11 The Strong Embrace of Weak Actors: Explaining Social Support for Economic Liberalization through the Case Study of Small Business Associations in the European Union Kevin Young 12 Corporate Social Responsibility and Market Society: Credit and Banking Inclusion in Brazil Maria Alejandra Caporale Madi and José Ricardo Barbosa Gonçalves Conclusion Ayse Bugra and Kaan Agartan List of Contributors Index 173 115 135 155 191 219 235 255 261 263
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