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Modes of propagation of economic stagnation
Sakari T. Jutila
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The collapse of communism marked the close of an era of world history. What took place in the Soviet Union between and , in the eyes of its proponents, constituted a "great experiment" in the application of new modes of organization to social life, the largest such experiment in history. The Strange Death of Soviet Communism, which first appeared as a special issue of The National 5/5(2). M.C. Young, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 7 Economic and Political Liberalization. The unmistakable economic stagnation and symptoms of state crisis drew the international financial institutions into the fray, at a moment when newly dominant political economy perspectives in the Western world called for far-reaching curtailment of the orbit of state.
The feature of the s American economy that economists called "stagflation" consisted of economic stagnation with a combination of High unemployment and High inflation President Carter's inconsistency in foreign policy was due in large part to. His highly entertaining and enlightening book is a path-breaking magnum opus in the burgeoning field of economics of religion. Rulers, Religion, and Riches restores the pertinent role of secularism in sociopolitical and economic development to its rightful place.' Murat Iyigun, Calderwood Endowed Chair, University of Colorado, Boulder.
The Greatest British Politics Books Parliament at sunrise by Mike Gimelfarb The Greatest British Politics Books contains a mixture of books on Britain and by Brits from the past and present. Related lists: The Best British History Books; The Top Political Science Books. This article traces some of the historical roots of current debates about secular economic stagnation, involving L. Summers, R. Gordon, and others. We focus on early contributions by Alvin Hansen and John A. Hobson. Although Hansen has been the main influence on the secular stagnation literature, Hobson's suggested link between economic inequality and stagnation is of interest in view Cited by: 4.
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• A phenomenon of decoupling of real wages and productivity growth and the polarisation of. The book has little to say about the economic content of inclusive vanguardism: what will people actually be producing and how will they be made to do so.
That need not be an indictment. Economic stagnation is a prolonged period of slow economic growth (traditionally measured in terms of the GDP growth), usually accompanied by high unemployment. Under some definitions, "slow" means significantly slower than potential growth as estimated by macroeconomists, even though the growth rate may be nominally higher than in other countries not experiencing economic stagnation.
The Answer To Our Economic Stagnation Is Hiding In Plain Sight. Economics In One Lesson. As he put it in his book Zero to One, “the value of Author: John Tamny. This chapter introduces a three-level hierarchical approach to political interregional economic development within a multi-regional system of core and peripheral areas.
The analytical model is partitioned into a political leadership action system that then impacts an interregional macroeconomic reaction system, such as EC Author: Sakari Jutila, Wilbur R.
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Economic growth of less than 2 to 3% annually is considered stagnation, and it is highlighted by periods of high unemployment and involuntary part-time employment.
Stagnation can occur on a macroeconomic scale or a smaller scale in specific industries or companies. Stagnation can occur as a temporary condition. To sum up: the stagnation of productivity during the last centuries of the middle ages, its inability to support the increasing cost of the non-productive expenditure of the ruling classes, were the fundamental reasons for the crisis of feudal society.
A halt in shipping. A combination of rising prices and economic stagnation. "Mystical" leaders. A spiritual movement held by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. This chapter was mainly based of two things: leadership and trade.
The presidential part was mainly based on Nixon, who was going to be impeached for the Watergate Scandal. the incessant allegations of top management wrongdoings, economic stagnation, and increas - ing executive compensation, and it is easy to see why firm leaders are under great pressure to respond to strategic problems quickly, decisively, and responsibly.
Indeed, the need for effec - tive strategic management has never been more pronounced. This File Size: 2MB. Late Capitalism is the first major synthesis to have been produced by the contemporary revival of Marxist economics.
It represents, in fact, the only systematic attempt so far ever made to combine the general theory of the "laws of motion" of the capitalist mode of production developed by Marx, with the concrete history of capitalism in the twentieth century.
Economic Stagnation in the United States: Underlying Causes and Global Consequences By Robert A. Blecker* Draft of Novem Keynote Speech, 10° Fórum de Economia, Fundação Gétulio Vargas, São Paulo, Brasil, 1 October Forthcoming in a conference volume.
The book elaborated evidence for and implications of Sweezy's stagnation theory, also called secular stagnation. The main dilemma modern capitalism would face, they argued, would be how to find profitable investment outlets for the economic surpluses created by capital : ApNew York City, New York, U.S.
Economic stagnation, which is sometimes called economic immobilism, occurs when an economy goes through a period of slow growth. Opinions about what constitutes slow growth vary, but most economists apply the term stagnation to any extended period during which gross domestic product rises by less than 2 or 3 percent.
In capitalist nations, growth is seen as a crucial component of a. The 'resource curse' is the view that countries with extensive natural resources tend to suffer from a host of undesirable outcomes, including the weakening of state capacity, authoritarianism, fewer public goods, war, and economic stagnation.
This book debunks this view, arguing that there is an 'institutions curse' rather than a resource by: This second mode of production, the mode in which we make use of the vital or generative power of nature, we shall, I think, best distinguish from the first, by calling it "growing." It is the mode of the farmer, the stock-raiser, the florist, the bee-keeper, and to some extent at least of the brewer and distiller.
Modes of Propagation of Regional Economic Stagnation: A Dynamic Perspective," (). On the Transmission of theEffects of Monetary Policy to the Regions", ().
Regional Impact of Monetary and Fiscal Policy: An Investigation into Reduced Form Approach," Author: Wilbur R. Maki and Sakari T. Jutila. Rebecca E. Karl is Associate Professor of History at New York University.
She is the author of Mao Zedong and China in the Twentieth-Century World: A Concise History and Staging the World: Chinese Nationalism at the Turn of the Twentieth Century, and co-translator (with Xueping Zhong) of Cai Xiang's Revolution andIts Narratives: China’s Socialist Literary and Cultural Imaginaries.
Late Capitalism is the first major synthesis to have been produced by the contemporary revival of Marxist economics.
It represents, in fact, the only systematic attempt so far ever made to combine the general theory of the laws of motion of the capitalist mode of production developed by Marx, with the concrete history of capitalism in the twentieth century/5. This is the first article in a three-part series.
Amid global economic stagnation, a new class of entrepreneurs, or -- more broadly -- of "builders," could potentially emerge to create jobs and revive ss and city leaders need to find and develop them.
Who exactly is a builder? The term "builder" encompasses a variety of people who are engaged in the process of building.After experiencing spectacular economic growth and industrial development for much of the postwar era, Japan plunged abruptly into recession in the early s and since then has suffered a prolonged period of economic stagnation, from which it is only now emerging.