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Zur Politischen Ökonomie des Regionalismus

  • Michael Keating

Zusammenfassung

Der Begriff des Regionalismus steht in den westlichen Industriegesellschaften für eine ganze Reihe komplexer und unterschiedlicher Phänomene, so daß manche Beoachter den analytischen Gehalt des Konzeptes generell in Zweifel ziehen. Dabei taucht er dennoch regelmäßig in vielfältiger und sich ständig wandelnder Form wieder auf der politischen Agenda auf. Nach einer Periode, in der er offensichtlich aus der Mode kam, kehrt er nun in den 90er Jahren als Begleitphänomen von Prozessen zurück, in denen sich Staaten und politische wie soziale Akteure umfassenden Veränderungen der ökonomischen und der politischen Ordnung gegenübersehen.

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