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Title: Is a Reconsolidation of Marxian Political Economy and Historical Institutionalism Possible?
Authors: YOKOKAWA, Nobuharu
横川, 信治
Keywords: Methodology
Marxian
Institutional
Political Economy
Issue Date: 10-Mar-2010
Publisher: 武蔵大学経済学会
Abstract: This paper is an attempt to build a new framework for the political economy of capitalism. I consider a reconsolidation of Marxian economics and historical institutionalism to be possible. I start with examination of the Japanese Marxian economist Kozo Uno’s three-level analysis of capitalism, which is a meta-theory of multilayered analysis developed to clarify the relationship between Marx’s theoretical framework and historical analysis. I emphasize the superiority of Marx’s new and original approach of “social forms” compared with “classical reductionism”. It is complementary to Veblen’s theory of institution. I then create a meta-theory for political economy in multilayered analysis.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11149/1369
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