Development, crisis, and class struggle : learning from Japan and East Asia


Development, crisis, and class struggle : learning from Japan and East Asia

Paul Burkett and Martin Hart-Landsberg

Macmillan, c2000

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Includes bibliographical references (p. [241]-263) and index



East Asia has long been the focus of development debates, first as a success story and now as a region in crisis. Nonetheless, there has been little if any serious discussion of what the region's experience tells us about capitalism and the prospects for non-capitalist development alternatives more centred on the needs of workers and communities. "Development, Crisis and Class Struggle" shows how a Marxist approach to East Asia can improve our understanding of, and political responses to, capitalist development and crisis.


Preface Acknowledgements Abbreviations Introduction PART I: ALTERNATIVE PERSPECTIVES ON EAST ASIA: IDEOLOGY IN DEVELOPMENT VISIONS A Marxist Perspective on the Neoliberal Versus Structural-Institutionalist Debate Flying Geese and Greater China Approaches: The Limits of Regionalized 'Modernization' The Challenge and the Contradictions of Dependency Analysis The Use and Abuse of Japan as a Progressive Model PART II: JAPANESE CAPITALISM: DEVELOPMENT, CRISIS, AND IDEOLOGY The Japanese Economy: Crisis and Ideology Historical Roots of the 'Japanese Model' The Post-war Struggle to Reshape the Japanese Political Economy The Renewal of the Japanese Model The Japanese Miracle and Its Contradictions Dilemmas of Mature Japanese Capitalism PART III: CONTRADICTIONS OF CAPITALIST INDUSTRIALIZATION IN EAST ASIA State-Capitalist Development, Crisis, and Class Struggle in the NIEs Imperialism, Exploitation, and Uneven Development in the SEA-2 PART IV: EAST ASIA AND THE CRISIS OF DEVELOPMENT THEORY Mainstream Responses to the East Asian Crisis Beyond TINA: Toward Worker-Community Centred Visions of Development Notes References Index

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