States, Banks And Crisis
Emerging Finance Capitalism in Mexico and Turkey
Thomas Marois, Department of Development Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK
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Thomas Marois’ groundbreaking interpretation of banking and development in Mexico and Turkey builds on a Marxian-inspired framework premised on understanding states and banks as social relationships alongside crisis and labor as vital to finance today. The book’s rich historical and empirical content reveals definite institutionalized relationships of power that mainstream political economists often miss.
Contents: 1. Introducing Emerging Finance Capitalism 2. States, Banks, and Crisis in Emerging Finance Capitalism 3. States, Banks, and the History of Postwar Development in Mexico and Turkey 4. Neoliberal Idealism, Crisis, and Banking in Mexico’s State-led Structural Transformation, 1982–94 5. Crisis and the Neoliberal Idealism of State and Bank Restructuring in Turkey, 1980–2000 6. Another Round of Tequila? Interpreting the Costs and Benefits of Emerging Finance Capitalism in Mexico 7. Richer than Croesus? Understanding the Subordination of State and Banks to Emerging Finance Capitalism in Turkey 8. Comparing Alternatives in an Era of Emerging Finance Capitalism Bibliography Index