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Towards a New Economic Order: Post-Fordism, Democracy and Ecology

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Towards a New Economic Order: Post-Fordism, Democracy and Ecology

Alain Lipietz

ISBN: 978-0-745-60866-2 January 1993 Polity 224 Pages

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Towards a New Economic Order is a concise and critical introduction to what has become known as "regulation theory" in political economics. It makes a major contribution to the study of the political economy of Europe.
Preface.

Introduction.

1. The Fordist Compromise.

2. The End of the Golden Age.

3. What Should be Done?.

4. The Impasses of Liberal-Productivism.

5. The Ecological Crisis.

6. Time for the Alternative.

7. Towards a new Wages Pact.

8. The Growth of Free Time.

9. The Welfare Community.

10. A Non-Aggressive International Economic Order.

11. The Alternative - A Project for Europe.

Postscript to the English Edition.

'A new agenda for a Left seeking to go beyond welfare Keynesianism.' The Guardian

'This book will provide a useful and readable introduction to some radical Green alternative economic thinking.' The EconomicJournal

'Compelling writing on the relationship between the environment, work and welfare.' Environmental Values

* Alain Lipietz was one of the main proponents of the "French Regulation Approach".
* This book is a major contribution to the study of the political economy of Europe.
* Lipietz puts forward an alternative set of progressive measures to address the social changes of the late twentieth century.
* Alain Lipietz was one of the main proponents of the "French Regulation Approach".
* This book is a major contribution to the study of the political economy of Europe.
* Lipietz puts forward an alternative set of progressive measures to address the social changes of the late twentieth century.