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Mediterranean capitalism revisited, one model, different trajectories, edited by Luigi Burroni, Emmanuele Pavolini, and Marino Regini

Summary
'Mediterranean Capitalism Revisited' brings together leading experts of the political economies of southern Europe - specifically Greece, Italy, Spain, and Portugal - to closely analyze and explain the primary socioeconomic and institutional features that define 'Mediterranean capitalism' within the wider European context. These economies share a number of features, most notably their difficulties to provide viable answers to the challenge of globalization. By examining and comparing such components as welfare, education and innovation policies, cultural dimensions, and labour market regulation, 'Mediterranean Capitalism Revisited' attends to both commonalities and divergences between the four countries, identifying the main reasons behind the poor performance of their economies and slow recovery from the Great Recession of 2007-2008
Table Of Contents
Introduction. Which road to development? The 'Mediterranean model' revisited / Luigi Burroni, Emmanuele Pavolini and Marino Regini -- Is there a 'Mediterranean' growth model? / Lucio Baccaro -- States' performance, reforms and policy capacity in Southern European countries / Giliberto Capano and Andrea Lippi -- Which level of analysis? Internal versus external explanations of the Eurozone schism / Sofia Perez -- Following different paths of modernization: the changing socio-cultural basis of Southern Europe / Emmanuele Pavolini and Gemma Scalise -- Labor market (de-)regulation and wage setting institutions in Mediterranean capitalism / Alexandre Afonso, Lisa Dorigatti, Oscar Molina and Arianna Tassinari -- Southern European welfare systems in transition / Ana Guillen, Matteo Jessoula, Manos Matsaganis, Rui Branco and Emmanuele Pavolini -- How to adjust? Italy and Spain at the test of financial integration and crisis / Fabio Bulfone and Manuela Moschella -- Human capital formation, research and development, and innovation / Luigi Burroni, Sabrina Colombo and Marino Regini -- Conclusions. Mediterranean capitalism between change and continuity / Luigi Burroni, Emmanuele Pavolini and Marino Regini
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Note
Also issued in print: 2022
Physical Description
1 online resource (x, 267 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781501761089

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