Varieties of Capitalism in Spain Remaking the Spanish Economy for the New Century

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2008-04-15
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
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Is globalization forcing "non-coordinated market economies," such as Chile, Mexico, Spain, and Portugal, to converge on an Anglo-American model?What explains national differences in social and economic policies?While theories of comparative economic advantage have dominated discussions of international trade, this book seeks to build on the hypotheses generated by the recent literature on "varieties of capitalism" to demonstrate the impact that institutions have on the national economic policy patterns of these countries.

Author Biography

Sebastian Royo is Associate Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Associate Professor of Government at Suffolk University in Boston, and Director of the Suffolk University Madrid Campus.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Re-conceptualizing "Varieties of Capitalism" for Iberoamerican Economies
The Institutional Framework
Industrial Relations Institutions: Wage Determination, Collective Bargaining, and In-company Industrial Relations
Education and Training Systems: Vocational Training, Industry Training Linkages, Research Programs, and University-Company Linkages
System of Company Financing: Shareholder Systems, Banking-Industry Linkages, Public Financing
Corporate Governance and Rules Governing Inter-company Relationships: Technology Transfer, Standard Setting, Competitive Policy, Corporate Accountability, and the Role of Boards, the Relationship between Corporations and Financial Markets
Structural Capacity
Economic Structure
Patterns of Public Policy
Varieties of Labor Politics
Social Protection
Skill Formation
Corporate Governance
Monetary and Financial Policies
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