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Technological revolutions and financial capital : the dynamics of bubbles and golden ages

Author: Carlota Perez
Publisher: Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, USA : E. Elgar Pub., ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Traces the historical relationship between technical change and the behaviour of financial markets. It explains why each technological revolution gives rise to a paradigm shift and a "New Economy"  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carlota Perez
ISBN: 1840649224 9781840649222 1843763311 9781843763314
OCLC Number: 49891521
Description: xix, 198 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Preface / Chris Freeman --
Introduction: An Interpretation --
Pt. I. Technological Revolutions as Successive Great Surges of Development --
1. Turbulent Ending of the Twentieth Century --
2. Technological Revolutions and Techno-Economic Paradigms --
3. Social Shaping of Technological Revolutions --
4. Propagation of Paradigms: Times of Installation, Times of Deployment --
5. Four Basic Phases of Each Surge of Development --
6. Uneven Development and Time-Lags in Diffusion --
Pt II. Technological Revolutions and the Changing Behavior of Financial Capital --
7. Financial Capital and Production Capital --
8. Maturity: Financial Capital Planting the Seeds of Turbulence at the End of the Previous Surge --
9. Irruption: The Love Affair of Financial Capital with the Technological Revolution --
10. Frenzy: Self-Sufficient Financial Capital Governing the Casino --
11. Turning Point: Rethinking, Regulation and Changeover --
12. Synergy: Supporting the Expansion of the Paradigm across the Productive Structure --
13. Changing Nature of Financial and Institutional Innovations --
Pt. III. Recurring Sequence, its Causes and Implications --
14. Sequence and its Driving Forces --
15. Implications for Theory and Policy. Epilogue: The World at the Turning Point.
Responsibility: Carlota Perez.

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