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Political Economy of 21st Century Europe

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 267
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21st Century Europe

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A broad-ranging assessment of the complex changes in Europe's diverse and complex mix of national and European capitalisms as they respond to the challenges of globalization and from rising powers, of competitiveness, ageing...

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A broad-ranging assessment of the complex changes in Europe's diverse and complex mix of national and European capitalisms as they respond to the challenges of globalization and from rising powers, of competitiveness, ageing populations and welfare sustainability compounded by the impact of financial, monetary and sovereign debt crises.

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  • A concise and accessible introduction to the political economy of contemporary Europe.
  • Provides state of the art coverage of key issues and debates.
  • Compares the impact of the crisis across different states and 'models of capitalism' and the role of the EU within this

1. Introduction
2. Diverse Europe Under Stress
3. The Liberal(ising) State: Industrial Policies and Tax Competition
4. Europe's Money and the Crisis of Political Economic Strategy
5. Financial Systems: From Fragmentation to Crisis
6. Corporate Ownership, Control and Governance: Shareholders, Stakeholders and Liberal Transformation
7. Labour Markets and Social Models: The Triumph of Liberalisation?
8. Conclusion. 

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Dermot McCann is Senior Lecturer in Governance and International Relations, London Metropolitan University, UK.

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Dermot McCann is Senior Lecturer in Governance and International Relations, London Metropolitan University, UK.

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