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The Political Economy Reader: Markets as Institutions [Paperback]

Naazneen H. Barma , Steven K. Vogel

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Table of Contents

Part 1: Contending Perspectives  A. The Classics  1. The Wealth of Nations Adam Smith  2. The Communist Manifesto Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels  3. The National System of Political Economy Friedrich List.  B. The Liberal Paradigm  4. The Road to Serfdom Friedrich Hayek  5. Capitalism and Freedom Milton Friedman.  C. Economic Sociology  6. The Great Transformation Karl Polanyi  7. The Architecture of Markets Neil Fligstein.  D. The New Institutional Economics  8. Structure and Change in Economic History Douglass North  9. The Economic Institutions of Capitalism Oliver Williamson.  E. Historical Perspectives  10. The Stages of Economic Growth W.W. Rostow  11. Economic Backwardness in Historical Perspective Alexander Gerschenkron  12. The Wealth and Poverty of Nations David Landes.  F. Political Science and Political Economy  13. The Market System Charles Lindblom  14. MITI and the Japanese Miracle Chalmers Johnson  15. Varieties of Capitalism Peter Hall and David Soskice  Part 2: Contemporary Debates  A. Market Reform in Advanced Industrial Countries  16. The Virtues of Capitalism Arthur Seldon  17. Why Freer Markets Need More Rules Steven Vogel.  B. Market Transition in Eastern Europe and China  18. The End of Poverty Jeffrey Sachs  19. Globalization and its Discontents Joseph Stiglitz  20. China and Globalization Doug Guthrie.  C. Market Development in Developing Countries  21. The Poverty of Development Economics Deepak Lal  22. The Myths of the Market and the Common History of Late Developers Kiren Chaudhry  23. The Mystery of Capital Hernando De Soto.  D. Globalization and the Information Technology Revolution  24. The Lexus and the Olive Tree Thomas Friedman  25. How Revolutionary Was the Digital Revolution? Abraham Newman and John Zysman  26. The Retreat of the State Susan Strange  27. Global Political Economy Robert Gilpin

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