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Why International Cooperation is FailingHow the Clash of Capitalisms Undermines the Regulation of Finance$
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Thomas Kalinowski

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780198714729

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198714729.001.0001

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Finance-Led Capitalism in the US

Finance-Led Capitalism in the US

The Globalization of Finance, and the Quest for Global Neoliberal Hegemony

(p.94) 3 Finance-Led Capitalism in the US
Why International Cooperation is Failing

Thomas Kalinowski

Oxford University Press

This chapter on US finance-led capitalism is the first of the three chapters to investigate the domestic origins of international economic cooperation and conflicts. First it builds on the trilemma triangle introduced in Chapter 2 and explains the US position. The chapter then investigates the historical origin of the US finance-led model of capitalism. It then turns to investigating the economic foundation of this model, before turning to the political economy of the US-specific neoliberal class compromise. As we shall see, the UK is also mentioned frequently as another finance-led country that has similar preferences to the US, and, with the British exit from the EU, the UK will probably align even more closely with the US.

Keywords:   finance-led capitalism, trilemma triangle, US capitalism, political economy, neoliberal, European Union, economic cooperation

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