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Dialogue on ‘Institutional complementarity and political economy’

Colin Crouch, Wolfgang Streeck, Robert Boyer, Bruno Amable, Peter A. Hall and Gregory Jackson

in Socio-Economic Review

Published on behalf of Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics

Volume 3, issue 2, pages 359-382
Published in print May 2005 | ISSN: 1475-1461
Published online May 2005 | e-ISSN: 1475-147X | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/SER/mwi015
Dialogue on ‘Institutional complementarity and political economy’

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Martin Höpner's paper was written to structure discussions at a workshop of the ‘Complementarity Project’, which was held in Paris, 26–27 September 2003. The project was organized by Bruno Amable and Robert Boyer (CEPREMAP, Paris), Colin Crouch (EUI, Florence), Martin Höpner and Wolfgang Streeck (Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Köln). The subject of the workshop was the complementarity, real or imagined, of financial markets and industrial relations in present-day ‘varieties of capitalism’. Apart from the organizers, participants included Patrick Le Gales, Peter Hall, Gregory Jackson, Bruce Kogut, David Marsden and Pascal Petit. In the following we document short excerpts from five out of nine ‘reaction papers’ written by participants in advance of the workshop. The selections were made by Wolfgang Streeck.

Keywords: Political economy; varities of capitalism; industrial relations; corporate governance; institutional complementarity; JEL classification: P5 Comparative economic systems; J5 Labour–management relations

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