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Producing Hegemony The Politics of Mass Production and American Global Power

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ISBN-10: 0521466504

ISBN-13: 9780521466509

Edition: 1995

Authors: Mark Rupert, Thomas J. Biersteker, Chris Brown, Phil Cerny, Joseph Grieco

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Book details

List price: $64.99
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 2/24/1995
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 280
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

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Marx, Gramsci, and possibilities for radical renewal in IPE
The quality of global power: a relational view of neoliberal hegemony
The emergence of mass production practices and productivist ideology
State-society relations and the politics of industrial transformation in the United States
Fordism vs. unionism: production politics and ideological struggle at Ford Motor Company, 1914-1937
Unionism is Americanism: production politics and ideological struggle at Ford Motor Company, 1937-1952
Fordism and neoliberal hegemony: tensions and possibilities
Ford's "melting pot"
"Caught with the goods"
"Help Americanize Ford"
"Fordism is fascism; unionism is Americanism"
"Quiet please, unionism at work"
Strike frequency by major issue, 1914-60
Real average weekly earnings of production or nonsupervisory workers, 1947-90
Index of output per worker-hour in manufacturing, 1900-69
Pay increases achieved through collective bargaining, 1954-90
Index of output per worker-hour in the US automobile industry, 1904-27
Comparative levels of productivity, 1870-1979
Percentage shares of world industrial production, 1870-1984
Finished manufactures as a proportion of total US exports, 1870-1960
Percentage shares of world motor vehicle exports, 1907-34
Growth of real wages and productivity during postwar economic phases
Economic insecurity and inequality, 1966-89
Percentage shares in world exports of manufactures: USA, US multinationals, and foreign affiliates, 1957-84