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The Golden Age of Capitalism: Reinterpreting the Postwar Experience (WIDER Studies in Development Economics) Paperback – 23 Jan 1992

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this is a helpful book, addressing a central question which should be of concern to all economists (British Review of Economic Issues)

first rate, commands attention, and deserves a very wide readership (Roger Middleton, University of Bristol, Economic History Review, Volume XLIV, No. 1 February 1991)

The work has a refreshing breadth (Development Policy Review)

This is a notable book, overall, and one which should stay on as a handy reference for developments which occurred - between, and within OECD economies - till up to about 1987. The quality of the contributions, each one by authorities in the field, is uniformly high. The stress on political economy aspects, and the avoidance of `economism' is particularly refreshing. (Economic Times)

This volume is a welcome addition to the growing literature on the nature of capitalist development in the advanced economies since the second world war ... this volume is a useful starting point for anyone attempting to discover the parameters of the golden age of capitalism. (John Armitage, University of Northumbria at Newcastle, Review of Political Economy 6.2)

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Stephen A. Marglin and Juliet B. Schor are both at Harvard University.

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