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The American political economy : politics, markets, and power

The American political economy : politics, markets, and power

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Hacker, Jacob S., 1971-, editor Hertel-Fernandez, Alexander, 1986-, editor. Pierson, Paul, 1959-, editor Thelen, Kathleen Ann, 1956-, editor
Title Statement
The American political economy : politics, markets, and power / Jacob S. Hacker, Yale University, Connecticut, Alexander Hertel-Fernandez, Columbia University, New York, Paul Pierson, University of California, Berkeley, Kathleen Thelen, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge, United Kingdom ;   New York, NY :   Cambridge University Press,   2022.  
Physical Medium
xiv, 471 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
9781316516362 9781009014861
요약
"Since the 1980s, income concentration has increased dramatically, with the top 1% increasing their share from 10.7% in 1980 to 20.2% in 2014 (an 89% increase), and the top 0.01% income share increasing even more - by approximately 230%. Before the turn of the 21st century, scholars seeking to explain rising inequality emphasized structural economic change and demographics, focusing on factors such as deindustrialization, globalization, aging, union decline, and skill-biased technological change (Alderson and Nielsen 2002; Berman et al. 1998; Bound and Johnson 1992; Danziger and Gottschalk 1995; Goldin and Katz 2008). In this work, politics and policy played at most a peripheral role in explaining the ebb and flow of American inequality. But newer scholarship has given politics a more central place in our understanding of income disparity"--
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Income distribution --Political aspects --United States. Wealth --Political aspects --United States.
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Contents information

Author Introduction

폴 피어슨(엮은이)

캘리포니아 대학의 정치과학 교수이다. 저서로 <Politics in Time, Dismantling the Welfare State?>와 <Off Center>가 있다. 뉴욕타임스 매거진, 워싱턴 포스트, 뉴리퍼블릭에 최근 그의 논평이 실린 바 있다.

캐쓸린 씰렌(엮은이)

비교 정치경제 분야에서 활발하게 연구하고 있는 미국의 정치학자다. UC 버클리에서 정치학 석사 및 박사 학위를 취득하고, 프린스턴 대학과 노스웨스턴 대학을 거쳐 현재 MIT 대학의 정치학 교수로 재직하고 있다. 독일과 일본, 영국, 미국 등 4개국의 직업훈련 제도의 역사적 변천 과정을 추적한 이 책으로 비교연구 분야 최우수 도서에 수여하는 매티 도건 상(2006년), 정치학 분야 최우수 도서에 대해 미국정치학회에서 수여하는 우드로 윌슨 재단 저서상(2005년), 미국정치학회 정치역사 분과에서 수여하는 J. 데이비드 그린스톤 저서상 가작(2005년) 등을 수상한 바 있다. 주요 저서로는 Explaining Institutional Change: Ambiguity, Agency, and Power(James Mahoney와 공편). Cambridge University Press, 2010. Beyond Continuity: Institutional Change in Advanced Political Economies(Wolfgang Streeck과 공편). Oxford University Press, 2005. Structuring Politics: Historical Institutionalism in Comparative Analysis(Sven Steinmo 등과 공편). New York: Cambridge University Press, 1992. Union of Parts: Labor Politics in Postwar Germany. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1991.등이 있다.

제이콥 해커(엮은이)

예일대 정치과학 교수이다. 워싱턴의 New America Foundation 연구원으로, <The Great Risk Shift: The New Economic Insecurity and the Decline of the American Dream>(뉴욕타임스 에디터스 초이스에 선정), <The Divided Welfare State>, <Off Center: The Republican Revolution and the Erosion of American Democracy>를 저술했다.

Alexander Hertel-Fernandez(엮은이)

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Table of Contents

Introduction; American political economy: a framework and agenda for research Jacob S. Hacker, Alexander Hertel-Fernandez, Paul Pierson, and Kathleen Thelen; Part I. Political Arenas and Actors: 1. Hurdles to shared prosperity: congress, parties, and the national policy process in an era of inequality Nathan J. Kelly and Jana Morgan; 2. The role of the law in the American political economy K. Sabeel Rahman and Kathleen Thelen; 3. Collective action, law, and the fragmented development of the American labor movement Alexander Hertel-Fernandez; Part II. Race, Space, and Governance: 4. Racial inequality, market inequality, and the American political economy Chloe Thurston; 5. The production of local inequality: race, class, and land use in American cities Jessica Trounstine; 6. The city re-centered? Local inequality mitigation in the twenty-first century Thomas K. Ogorzalek; 7. The political economies of red states Jacob M. Grumbach, Jacob S. Hacker, and Paul Pierson; Part III. Corporate Power and Concentration: 8. Mo'' patents, mo'' problems: corporate strategy, structure and profitability in America''s political economy Herman Mark Schwartz; 9. Asset manager capitalism as a corporate governance regime Benjamin Braun; 10. Labor market power in the American political economy Suresh Naidu; Part IV. The American Knowledge Economy: 11. The United States as radical innovation driver: the politics of declining dominance? David Soskice; 12. Public investment in the knowledge economy Lucy Barnes; 13. Concentration and commodification: the political economy of post-industrialism in America and beyond Ben Ansell and Jane Gingrich; 14. The American political economy confronts covid-19 Jacob S. Hacker, Alexander Hertel-Fernandez, Paul Pierson, and Kathleen Thelen.

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