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Change and path continuity of Dutch corporatist capitalism (Dutch Corporatist Capitalism Moving Into Liberal Direction: How to Theorize?)

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There is much discussion in the varieties of capitalism (VoC) literature whether currently a general move into liberal direction can be identified or that the different political economies are, because of the complementary character of their elements, more or less locked into the paths they have developed on. Other topics of discussion are which forces and mechanisms bring about change and whether the dichotomous typology of only a liberal and a coordinated variety is sufficient for adequately analyzing politico-economic reality and its processes of change. This paper wants to contribute to these discussions by taking recent changes in the Dutch political economy as point of departure. Since varieties of capitalism in the most prominent view of Hall and Soskice (2001) are conceived of as entities the parts of which are complementary the paper will also have to come to terms with change in configurations of complementarities.

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Varieties of capitalsm, Dutch political economy, change and complementarities, open social systems
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Becker, Uwe. "Change and path continuity of Dutch corporatist capitalism (Dutch Corporatist Capitalism Moving Into Liberal Direction: How to Theorize?)" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Marriott, Loews Philadelphia, and the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA, Aug 31, 2006 <Not Available>. 2013-12-16 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p150921_index.html>

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Becker, U. , 2006-08-31 "Change and path continuity of Dutch corporatist capitalism (Dutch Corporatist Capitalism Moving Into Liberal Direction: How to Theorize?)" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, Marriott, Loews Philadelphia, and the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA Online <PDF>. 2013-12-16 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p150921_index.html

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Abstract: There is much discussion in the varieties of capitalism (VoC) literature whether currently a general move into liberal direction can be identified or that the different political economies are, because of the complementary character of their elements, more or less locked into the paths they have developed on. Other topics of discussion are which forces and mechanisms bring about change and whether the dichotomous typology of only a liberal and a coordinated variety is sufficient for adequately analyzing politico-economic reality and its processes of change. This paper wants to contribute to these discussions by taking recent changes in the Dutch political economy as point of departure. Since varieties of capitalism in the most prominent view of Hall and Soskice (2001) are conceived of as entities the parts of which are complementary the paper will also have to come to terms with change in configurations of complementarities.

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Dutch Corporatist Capitalism Moving Into Liberal Direction: How to Theo­ rize? Uwe Becker University of Amsterdam (k.u.becker@uva.nl) Abstract The paper will first establish VoCs as open social systems discuss the potential for change in such systems propose the construction of a corporatist variety or sub-variety (this question will be left open) of capitalism and comparatively identify the Netherlands as a case approximating this ideal type. In the second half it will analyze the recent development of Dutch capitalism in
C. 2006 ‘Industrial relations and welfare states: the different dynamics of retrench- ment in Germany and the Netherlands’ Journal of European Social Policy 16 (2): 121-133. UWV 2005 Kroniek van de sociale verzekeringen 2005 The Hague: UWV. 23 1 A useful discussion of the concept of corporatism is provided by Siaroff (1999: 176ff; on p. 177 he summarizes the common elements of most definitions). 2 The global picture covers some dissonances. Employment of students and pupils older than 15


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