Secular trends, long waves, and the cost of the state: evidence from the long-term movement of the profit rate in the U.S. economy

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Social & Behavioral Science
Department Economics
Creator Li, Minqi
Other Author Hanieh, Adam
Title Secular trends, long waves, and the cost of the state: evidence from the long-term movement of the profit rate in the U.S. economy
Date 2006
Description Theorists in the tradition of either Classical Marxism or Keynesianism understand that as capitalism provides an historical space for the development of material forces of production, its economic and social contradictions tend to develop, requiring progressively more complex institutional structures and increasingly higher degrees of state intervention.
Type Text
Publisher Fernand Braudel Center
Volume 29
Issue 1
First Page 87
Last Page 114
Subject Marxism; Social structures of accumulation; Neoliberalism
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Li, M., & Hanieh, A. (2006). Secular trends, long waves, and the cost of the state: evidence from the long-term movement of the profit rate in the U.S. economy. Review, 29(1), 87-114.
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2021-05-06
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Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6nk3z4s
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