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Varieties of Capitalism, Regulationstheorie und neogramscianische IPÖ: Komplementäre oder gegensätzliche Perspektiven des globalisierten Kapitalismus?

  • Bieling, Hans-Jürgen
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    Die im Titel aufgeführten Theorie- und Analyseraster haben seit den 1980er Jahren die Komparative und Internationale Politische Ökonomie maßgeblich geprägt. Gleichwohl sind die jeweiligen Stärken und Schwächen der verschiedenen Ansätze bislang kaum systematisch vergleichend diskutiert worden. Das Papier versteht sich als ein Beitrag dazu, den Zustand der Nicht-Kommunikation aufzubrechen, indem die verschiedenen Theoriestränge wechselseitig aufeinander bezogen werden. Es wird argumentiert, dass die jeweiligen Ansätze grundsätzlich durch konkurrierende, zum Teil sogar gegensätzliche ontologische, epistemologische und normative Perspektiven gekennzeichnet sind. Dennoch kann es sinnvoll sein, wenn sich die konkurrierenden Theorien durch die konzeptionellen Überlegungen und empirischen Erkenntnisse der anderen Ansätze nicht nur irritieren lassen, sondern auch versuchen, die 'fremden' Einsichten innerhalb des eigenen Analyserasters zu reinterpretieren. Wie dies erfolgen könnte, wird in diesem Papier vornehmlich aus der Perspektive der neogramscianischen IPÖ erläutert.

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    Paper provided by University of Hamburg, Centre for Economic and Sociological Studies (CESS/ZÖSS) in its series Discussion Papers with number 23.

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    Date of creation: 2011
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