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Worlds of Capitalism: Institutions, Governance, and Economic Change in the Era of Globalization.


Worlds of capitalism; institutions, governance, and economic change in the era of globalization.

Ed. by Max Miller.



334 pages



Routledge studies in governance and change in the global era; 5


Researchers into capitalism from the perspectives of economics, political science, and sociology gathered at the Hamburg Stock Exchange in May 2003, to explore the impact globalization is having on capitalism. The 12 papers presented here discuss the extent to which capitalism exhibits continuity and change, risks and chances of an ever-increasing importance of financial markets, the relation between economics and politics, and legitimacy problems of contemporary capitalism.

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