The third globalization : can wealthy nations stay rich in the twenty-first century? / edited by Dan Breznitz and John Zysman
- New York : Oxford University Press, 2013.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource : illustrations (black and white)
- Additional Creators:
- Breznitz, Dan and Zysman, John
- Machine generated contents note: pt. I The New Terms Of Competition: Challenges And Challengers Dan Breznitz and John Zysman -- 1.China's RunEconomic Growth, Policy, Interdependences, and Implications for Diverse Innovation Policies in a World of Fragmented Production / Michael Murphree -- 2.The Chinese Auto Industry as Challenge, Opportunity, and Partner / Gregory W Noble -- 3.Center-Local Politics and the Limits of China's Production Model: Why China's Innovation Challenge Is Overstated / Crystal Chang -- 4.Services with Everything: The ICT-Enabled Digital Transformation of Services / Niels Christian Nielsen -- 5.Platforms, Proauctivity, and Politics: comparative Retail services in a Digital Age / Bartholomew C. Watson -- 6.A Decade After the Y2K Problem: Has Indian IT Emerged? / Rafiq Dossani -- 7.The Dissolution of Sectors: Do Politics and Sectors Still Go Together? / Mark Huberty -- pt. II A (Re)New(Ed) Need For The State: The Response By The Already Wealthy? / John Zysman -- 8.This Time It Really Is Different: Europe, the Financial Crisis, and "Staying on Top" in the Twenty-first Century / Mark Blyth -- 9.The Fragility of the U.S. Economy: The Financialized Corporation and the Disappearing Middle Class / William Lazonick -- 10.Energy Systems Transformation: State Choices at the Intersection of Sustainability and Growth / Mark Huberty -- 11.How the Nordic Nations Stay Rich: Governing Sectoral Shifts in Denmark, Finland, and Sweden / Darius Ornston -- 12.Directionless: French Economic Policy in the Twenty-first Century / Jonah D. Levy -- 13.Japan's Information Technology Challenge / Steven K. Vogel.
- Given the powerfully negative and ongoing impact of the Great Recession on Western economies, the question of whether historically wealthy nations - the US, Western European countries, Japan - can stay wealthy has become an overriding concern for virtually every interested observer. In this work eminent political economists Dan Breznitz and John Zysman gather some of the discipline's leading scholars to assess the prospects for growth and prosperity among advanced industrial nations.
- 9780199332861 (ebook)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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