Remaking the Connections
The current Robert Boyer-led French Regulation School (FRS) characterizes the contemporary era as a diversity of national capitalisms. Boyerâ€™s new approach displaces the original FRS focus on â€œmodels of development.â€ This article rallies against the current direction and re-engages the FRSâ€™s earlier mid-range Marxist-influenced account of capitalist development. In particular, key concepts of â€œregulationâ€ and â€œmodel of developmentâ€ are reworked in the context of a revised account of the Fordist model of development. These concepts are then adapted to work up an outline of the â€œneoliberal model of development.â€ JEL classification: B50, F59, O57
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