Innovation, Evolution and Economic Change: New Ideas in the Tradition of Galbraith

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Blandine Laperche, James K. Galbraith, Dimitri Uzunidis
Edward Elgar Publishing, 1 янв. 2006 г. - Всего страниц: 352
John Kenneth Galbraith was an eminent economist and proponent of change. The contributors to the book further his analysis on the evolution of capitalism; taking into account changes to the general economic climate since the publication of J.K. Galbraith
 

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Introduction
1
CHANGING CAPITALISM SHAREHOLDERS VERSUS MANAGERS
15
Professionals capitalism and democracy
17
From one managerial capitalism to another
38
The end of capitalism JK Galbraith versus K Marx and JA Schumpeter
53
The power of large companies
71
Is capitalism still Galbraithian?
86
GLOBALIZED TECHNOSTRUCTURES TOWARDS A THEORY OF THE CORRUPT CORPORATION
105
The corrupt corporation a Galbraithinspired analysis
162
The global restructuring of capitalism new technologies and intellectual property
185
CHARTING THE FUTURE INNOVATION STATE POWER AND THE MARKET SYSTEM
203
Galbraith and the political economy of technological innovation critical perspectives and a heterodox synthesis
205
Knowledge and innovation power and counterpower
229
Science and governance in the national systems of innovation approach
241
Privatization and the management of intellectual property rights the case of the British defence research establishments
264
Galbraith and institutionalist analysis an assessment based on the US militaryindustrial system transformations in the 1990s
278

Galbraiths views on firm and market between neoinstitutionalism and evolutionism
107
Global RD networks and ICT what impacts on firms?
122
Large corporations and technostructures in competition
142
What has happened to the public sector? Marketization and financial logic
302
Index
319
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