Capitalist Restructuring, Globalization and the Third Way: Lessons from the Swedish Model by J. Magnus RynerCapitalist Restructuring, Globalization and the Third Way: Lessons from the Swedish Model by J. Magnus Ryner

Capitalist Restructuring, Globalization and the Third Way: Lessons from the Swedish Model

byJ. Magnus RynerEditorJ. Magnus Ryner

Hardcover | March 29, 2002

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This book addresses the contemporary debate about the 'third way' in European social democracy, by analysing theexemplarcase of social democracy - 'the Swedish model' - this book challenges the recent 'third way' perspective. The author argues strongly against the widely held belief that the nature of contemporary capitalist restructuring and globalisation has rendered traditional social democracy obsolete.
Magnus Ryner was born and raised in Sweden and received his academic training in Canada at Trent University and York University. He has both taught and researched at the University of Amsterdam, The European University Institute in Florence (as Jean Monnet Fellow) and is currently lecturer at the Department of Government, Brunel Univer...
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Title:Capitalist Restructuring, Globalization and the Third Way: Lessons from the Swedish ModelFormat:HardcoverPublished:March 29, 2002Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0415252946

ISBN - 13:9780415252942

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Table of Contents

1. Recent Discourse on the 'Third Way'
2. The Social Democratic Welfare State and the Political Economy of Capitalist Restructuring
3. The Formation and Consolidation of Social Democratic Hegemony in Sweden
4. Social Democratic Regulation: the Swedish Model
5. Neoliberal Globalization
6. The Organic Crisis of the Swedish Model
7. On Why Social Democrats Become Neo-Liberals: Lessons from the Swedish Case

Editorial Reviews

"J. Magnus Ryner has written a compelling political history of Swedish social democracy from its ascent to power in the 1930s to the present.."
-Perspectives on Politics, December 2003