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When economic crises endure [electronic resource] / Jacques Mazier, Maurice Basl�e, Jean-Fran�cois Vidal ; translated by Myriam Rosen.

By: Mazier, Jacques.
Contributor(s): Basl�e, Maurice | Vidal, Jean-Fran�cois.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, c1999Description: 1 online resource (xxxiii, 261 p.) : ill.ISBN: 0585179824 (electronic bk.); 9780585179827 (electronic bk.).Uniform titles: Quand les crises durent-- English Subject(s): Economic history -- 20th century | France -- Economic conditions -- 20th century | Depressions | Histoire �economique -- 20e si�ecle | Crises �economiques | France -- Conditions �economiques -- 20e si�ecle | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Economic Conditions | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Economics -- Comparative | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Economic Conditions | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- Economic History | Electronic booksGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: When economic crises endure.DDC classification: 330.944/08 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Growth and Regulation -- From Extensive to Intensive Accumulation -- Growth and Accumulation: An Initial Overview -- Extensive or Intensive Accumulation? -- The Aims of Taylorism and Fordism -- Limited Productivity Gains in France Until 1938 -- The Pioneering Role of the United States and the Unequal Development of Intensive Accumulation -- The Long-Term Output per Capital Ratio -- Econometric Analysis -- Nature of the Breaks in France Following the Two World Wars -- The Case of the Other Major Countries -- Wage Formation and Consumption Standard -- Wages and the Transformation of Wage Relations -- Key Stages in the Evolution of the Wage Income -- The Transformation of Wage Relations -- Wage Formation: From Competitive Regulation to Administered Regulation -- Wage Income and the Adjustment of Employment -- Wages in France: From Competitive to Monopolistic Regulation -- United States: Precocious Indexation but Persistence of More Competitive Regulation -- United Kingdom: Precocious Monopolistic Regulation -- Germany: Growing Indexation but Persistence of Greater Wage Flexibility -- Wage Relation and Consumption Standards -- The Emergence of a New Consumption Standard -- Relative Prices, Production Conditions, and Consumption Standard -- Price, Profit, and Accumulation -- Inflation, Forms of Competition, and Monetary Regime -- The Development of the Inflationary Process -- Concentration and Forms of Competition -- Monetary Regime and Financing of Accumulation -- Price, Profit, and Investment: An Econometric Study.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 245-252) and index.

Growth and Regulation -- From Extensive to Intensive Accumulation -- Growth and Accumulation: An Initial Overview -- Extensive or Intensive Accumulation? -- The Aims of Taylorism and Fordism -- Limited Productivity Gains in France Until 1938 -- The Pioneering Role of the United States and the Unequal Development of Intensive Accumulation -- The Long-Term Output per Capital Ratio -- Econometric Analysis -- Nature of the Breaks in France Following the Two World Wars -- The Case of the Other Major Countries -- Wage Formation and Consumption Standard -- Wages and the Transformation of Wage Relations -- Key Stages in the Evolution of the Wage Income -- The Transformation of Wage Relations -- Wage Formation: From Competitive Regulation to Administered Regulation -- Wage Income and the Adjustment of Employment -- Wages in France: From Competitive to Monopolistic Regulation -- United States: Precocious Indexation but Persistence of More Competitive Regulation -- United Kingdom: Precocious Monopolistic Regulation -- Germany: Growing Indexation but Persistence of Greater Wage Flexibility -- Wage Relation and Consumption Standards -- The Emergence of a New Consumption Standard -- Relative Prices, Production Conditions, and Consumption Standard -- Price, Profit, and Accumulation -- Inflation, Forms of Competition, and Monetary Regime -- The Development of the Inflationary Process -- Concentration and Forms of Competition -- Monetary Regime and Financing of Accumulation -- Price, Profit, and Investment: An Econometric Study.

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When economic crises endure by Mazier, Jacques. ©1999
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