Capital accumulation, state intervention and regional response
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Capital accumulation, state intervention and regional response the restructuring of the EEC Steel industry by David Sadler

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Published by University of Durham, Department of Geography in Durham .
Written in English


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StatementDavid Sadler.
SeriesGraduate discussion paper / University of Durham, Department of Geography -- no.1
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Open LibraryOL21093344M

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J.R. Behrman, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Capital accumulation. Physical capital accumulation was central, as codified by the Harrod–Domar dynamic equilibrium condition, which in the simplest case is that the rate of growth equals the average saving rate divided by the incremental capital output ratio (ICOR). State and Capital in Independent India This book presents a historical account of the relationship between state and and explains the institutional basis of regional differences in accumulation and uneven development in independent India. Sources of Accumulation: State Intervention and Non- intervention 8. The study details how the unprecedented crisis caused great commotion in the region, and presented a serious challenge to existing theories on plantation production and capital accumulation. The crisis resulted in the introduction of a number of neoliberal economic reforms, including the withdrawal of state intervention and the restructuring. Foreword to the Second Edition. The article The State and the Capitalist Crisis was based on a speech given to the VESVU Conference, Amsterdam in October Nearly three years have passed since that conference and it is clear that the arguments put forward in the article have been confirmed by events.

In book: Handbook of Local and Regional Development (pp) regarding capital accumulation and/ or economic is the capacity for innovati on shown by local and state governments in.   The recent polymorphism of state intervention and attendant political geographies have been interpreted as a return of state capitalism. While commentators across the social sciences have offered competing characterizations of the new state capitalism, little attention has been dedicated to how narratives and geographical imaginaries of the new state capitalism operate as a form of. State rescaling represents one of the most prominent examples of such rescaling processes—others being the rescaling of capital accumulation, the rescaling of urbanization processes and the rescaling of contentious politics (Brenner, ; Leitner et al., ; Swyngedouw, ; Uitermark, ). 1.   The accumulation of capital is at the same time accumulation of catastrophe, not only for a majority of the world’s people, but living species generally. Hence, nothing is fairer —more just, more beautiful, and more necessary—today than the struggle to overthrow the regime of capital and to create a system of substantive equality and.

ACPM is the leading advocate for plan sponsors and administrators in the pursuit of a balanced, effective and sustainable retirement income system in Canada. Read the latest issue of THE OBSERVER.   External intervention purports to study state formation in China, Indonesia, and Thailand--three case studies he describes as 'least likely' to support his argument (although precisely why they are 'least likely' is unclear). Although the title refers to three case scenarios, this book is a study of state formation in China. A mixed economy is variously defined as an economic system blending elements of a market economy with elements of a planned economy, free markets with state interventionism, or private enterprise with public enterprise. While there is no single definition of a mixed economy, one definition is about a mixture of markets with state interventionism, referring specifically to a capitalist market.   In its regulation- and state-theoretical guises, the SRA highlights (a) the contradictions, dilemmas, and conflicts that characterize capitalist social formations in specific periods, stages, and conjunctures; and (b) attempts to resolve or, at least, displace the latter, and thus to regularize and govern capital accumulation and political.