Capitalizing on Crisis

Capitalizing on Crisis

Greta R. Krippner / Oct 17, 2019

Capitalizing on Crisis Capitalizing on Crisis offers a political sociology of the rise of finance in the U S economy over the last three decades Krippner s core argument is that successive U S administrations embraced polic

  • Title: Capitalizing on Crisis
  • Author: Greta R. Krippner
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  • Capitalizing on Crisis offers a political sociology of the rise of finance in the U.S economy over the last three decades Krippner s core argument is that successive U.S administrations embraced policy choices that heightened financialization as a way to escape direct confrontation with the pressing issues of fiscal crisis and legitimation crisis that emerged in the latCapitalizing on Crisis offers a political sociology of the rise of finance in the U.S economy over the last three decades Krippner s core argument is that successive U.S administrations embraced policy choices that heightened financialization as a way to escape direct confrontation with the pressing issues of fiscal crisis and legitimation crisis that emerged in the late 1960 s, rather than as a policy goal of its own This is an extremely important argument for understanding the last forty years of U.S politics and social development and it helps reconnect economic sociology to political sociology Krippner focuses on state actions that were crucial to creating a macroenvironment conducive to financialization 1 the deregulation of financial markets during the 1970s and 1980s 2 policies that encouraged foreign capital inflows into the U.S economy in the context of large fiscal imbalances in the early 1980s and 3 changes in the conduct of monetary policy following the shift to tight monetary policies high interest rates in 1979.

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      • Greta R. Krippner

        Greta Krippner is a historical sociologist with substantive interests in the areas of economic and political sociology More specifically, her work attempts to understand the shifting relationship between markets and political institutions including but not limited to the state as the stable social structures that characterized the Golden Age of postwar American capitalism have been reconfigured over the last several decades Her new book, Capitalizing on Crisis The Political Origins of the Rise of Finance Harvard University Press, 2011 , examines the financialization of the U.S economy in the period since the 1970s Krippner s current research builds on her previous work by examining the curious absence of a politics around credit and finance in late twentieth century America, seeking to understand how the economy is or is not constituted as a political object under different historical conditions.


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