Wednesday, August 15, 2007


In keeping with my amateur status, I like the support of references. Other bloggers have different styles.

I think I'll even provide references for an Eric Nilsson post, which I'm almost sure that he is aware of.

The term "Fordism" was used by Antonio Gramsci in his Prison Notebooks. As I understand it, the phrase is also used by those developing the theory of economic regulation and describing social structures of accumulation. A standard reference here, on my list of books to read some time, is Michael Aglietta's A Theory of Capitalist Regulation: The U.S. Experience (Verso, 1979, first published in French in 1976). Lots of work has been done here since 1976.

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