Table of contents for Roads to post-Fordism : labour markets and social structures in Europe / by Max Koch.

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Contents
List of Figures
List of Tables
Preface
Acknowledgements
List of Abbreviations
Introduction
1. Inclusion, exclusion, and capitalism
1.1 The Marxian tradition: the accumulation of capital and the development of employment
1.2 The Weberian tradition: exclusion, usurpation, and citizenship
1.3 The state and the international dimension
	1.4 Looking back, looking forward
2. The Regulation Approach 
2.1 Socio-economic development and inclusion from a regulation theoretical perspective
2.2 Fordism as the predominant development model of the post-war era
2.3 The crisis of Fordism as challenge for national growth strategies
3. New directions in comparative research into labour markets and social structures
	3.1 Capital-oriented and negotiated growth strategies
	3.2 Decomposition and recomposition of the social structure 
3.3 Labour markets and social structure in five European countries: design of a comparative empirical investigation
	3.3.1 Selection of countries
	3.3.2 Deregulation and re-regulation of labour markets and welfare
	systems and the occupational and social structure
4. The country studies
	4.1 Germany
	4.1.1 Economic and social system
	4.1.2 Deregulation and re-regulation in Germany 
	4.1.3 The transformation of the occupational and social structure
	4.1.4 Summary of the case study
	4.2 Sweden
	4.2.1 Economic and social system
	4.2.2 Deregulation and re-regulation in Sweden
	4.2.3 The transformation of the occupational and social structure
	4.2.4 Summary of the case study
	4.3 Spain
	4.3.1 Economic and social system
	4.3.2 Deregulation and re-regulation in Spain
	4.3.3 The transformation of the occupational and social structure
	4.3.4 Summary of the case study
	4.4 The United Kingdom
	4.4.1 Economic and social system
	4.4.2 Deregulation and re-regulation in the UK
	4.4.3 The transformation of the occupational and social structure
	4.4.4 Summary of the case study
	4.5 The Netherlands
	4.5.1 Economic and social system
	4.5.2 Deregulation and re-regulation in the Netherlands
	4.5.3 The transformation of the occupational and social structure
	4.5.4 Summary of the case study 
5. Summary of empirical results from a comparative perspective
 5.1 Fordism in the five countries
 5.2 Labour market and social structure during the growth period of Fordism
 5.3 Social structures during the decline: the crisis of Fordism
5.4 Deregulation and re-regulation: the five countries compared
 5.5 Recomposed labour markets and social structures?
Concluding remarks
References
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Labor market -- Europe.
Industrial policy -- Europe.
Europe -- Economic conditions.
Europe -- Social conditions.