Divergent Capitalisms: The Social Structuring and Change of Business Systems

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This text presents a framework for describing and explaining the differences in economic organization between market economies. It identifies variations in coordination and control systems across industrial capitalism, and shows how they are connected to differences in their institutional contexts.
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ISBN-13: 9780198293965
ISBN-10: 0198293968
Pagini: 312
Ilustrații: 6 figures, 29 tables
Dimensiuni: 163 x 242 x 22 mm
Greutate: 0.61 kg
Editura: Oxford University Press
Colecția OUP Oxford
Locul publicării: Oxford, United Kingdom


This book helps to put to bed the idea that there is just one, market-based model of economic growth ... This is a first rate analysis which will help shape future comparative analysis of business systems ... a stimulating book which has much to offer the field ... It is good sociology.
This book is good news for those of us working at the boundaries of sociology and economics. It provides the type of comparative analysis of institutions and structures reminiscent of that pioneered by the founding fathers of sociology.
The outstanding feature of Richard Whitley's book is its attempt to take a systemic view of the complex process through which distinctive patterns of economic organisation emerge.
For those interested in the workings of the interconnected world and notions of globalisation, this book provides a valuable perspective on the parallel emergence of diverse forms of economic organisation.
Richard Whitley's book makes a important contribution to (this) debate ... This new book not only brings together the ideas expounded in earlier publications in a new way but also significantly expands and deepens the theoretical framework.

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Richard Whitley is Professor of Organizational Sociology at the Manchester Business School, University of Manchester. He has also held visiting academic appointments at the International University of Japan (1993), University of Hong Kong (1988), Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris (1987), University of Amsterdam (1982), St Anthony's College, Oxford (1981), and the Inter-University Graduate School of Management, Delft, The Netherlands(1977, 1979).