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Politik der Finanzialisierung.

Zum Wohlfahrtsbeitrag des Finanzsektors in Rechnungslegungsstandards und volkswirtschaftlicher Gesamtrechnung
  • Andreas NölkeEmail author
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Part of the Globale Politische Ökonomie book series (GPÖ)

Zusammenfassu

Die Diskussion über Finanzialisierung hat bereits eine Vielzahl von Ursachen des Aufstiegs des Finanzsektors analysiert. Allerdings dominiert bei diesen Analysen in der Regel eine strukturelle Perspektive, die die Finanzialisierung insbesondere der westlichen Ökonomien während der letzten Jahrzehnte als Folge von Verschiebungen im globalen Kapitalismus darstellt (vgl. auch die Beiträge von Becker und Stockhammer in diesem Band). Relativ wenig untersucht werden hingegen die konkreten politischen Akteure und regulatorischen Weichenstellungen, die zur Finanzialisierung in diesen Ländern beigetragen haben.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität FrankfurtFrankfurt am MainUnited Kingdom

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