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The State after Statism New State Activities in the Age of Liberalization by Jonah Levy

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Published by Harvard University Press .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Development economics,
  • POLITICS & GOVERNMENT,
  • Political Science,
  • Economics - Theory,
  • Politics / Current Events,
  • Public Policy - Economic Policy,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Political aspects,
  • Government & Business,
  • Political Science / Economic Policy,
  • Economics,
  • Comparative economics,
  • Congresses,
  • Industrial policy

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages488
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9480724M
ISBN 100674022769
ISBN 109780674022768

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The State After Statism: New State Activities in the Age of Liberalization. Jonah D. Levy. Harvard University Press, - Business & Economics - pages. 0 .   This book assesses the changing nature of state intervention in the economies of the affluent democracies. Against a widespread understanding that contemporary developments, such as globalization and new technologies, are pressing for a rollback of state regulation in the economy, the book shows that these same forces are also creating new demands and opportunities for state . In what many have dubbed a "neo-liberal age," the state remains surprisingly powerful, argue the contributors to an intriguing new anthology entitled "The State After Statism" While not light reading, [it] is highly recommended for those with a strong academic interest in limited government and the evolving role of governmentJurgen Reinhardt"" . The State after Statism: New State Activities in the Age of Liberalization. Jonah D. Levy, : James Midgley.

The State after Statism: New State Activities in the Age of D. Levy, Editor. James Midgley University of California, Berkeley Follow this and additional works at: Part of theSocial Work Commons This Book Note is brought to you for free and open access by the Social Work at ScholarWorks at WMU. How can industrial production be managed without the guidance of the state? Adnan Naseemullah discusses industrial development in a new era of drastically constricted state capacity, from the perspective of the manufacturing firm. India's manufacturing economy has been growing after state promotion has : Adnan Naseemullah. The state after statism: new state activities in the age of liberalization. Book Author(s) Jonah D. Levy Date Publisher Harvard University Press Pub place Cambridge, Mass ISBN , ISBN , ,,, Preview. China, soon to be the world's largest economy, is the best known state capitalist regime, but it is hardly the only one. In State Capitalism, Joshua Kurlantzick ranges across the world - China, Thailand, Brazil, Russia, South Africa, Turkey, and more - and argues that the increase in state capitalism across the globe has, on balance /5(7).

Overview. Statism can take many forms from small government to big government. Minarchism is a political philosophy that prefers a minimal state such as a night-watchman state to protect people from aggression, theft, breach of contract and fraud with military, police and may also include fire departments, prisons and other functions. The welfare state is another .   His book, Development after Statism: Industrial Firms and the Political Economy of South Asia, will be published by Cambridge University Press in His broader research interests include comparative industrialization, state capacity, state formation, and political order, all in relation to the Indian subcontinent. Books shelved as statism: Ameritopia: The Unmaking of America by Mark R. Levin, by George Orwell, Stalin: The Kremlin Mountaineer by Paul Johnson, A. This is why I believe Ron Paul's book Liberty Defined to be one of the most important statements of our time. He defines liberty clearly and cleanly as freedom from coercive interference from the state. That is how the liberal tradition from Aquinas to Jefferson to Rothbard understood it, too, for there is no greater threat to liberty than the state.