His scientific interests lie mostly in Capitalism, Political economy, Corporate governance, Economic system and Economy. Colin Crouch has researched Capitalism in several fields, including Positive economics, Corporate social responsibility, Democracy and World War II. His Political economy research includes elements of Industrial relations, Diversity, Bankruptcy and Politics.
Colin Crouch has included themes like Microeconomics, Externality and Diversity in his Corporate governance study. The Information economy research he does as part of his general Economic system study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Political economy of climate change, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His Economy research incorporates themes from Production and Modernization theory.
His primary areas of investigation include Political economy, Capitalism, Politics, Economic system and Corporate governance. His Political economy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Economic growth, Welfare state, State, Democracy and Social democracy. His work carried out in the field of Capitalism brings together such families of science as Industrial relations, Diversity, Diversity and Market economy.
His research integrates issues of Vocational education, Social policy and Labour economics in his study of Industrial relations. Colin Crouch has researched Politics in several fields, including Development economics and Globalization. His research in Corporate governance intersects with topics in Corporate social responsibility, Economy and Public administration.
Colin Crouch mostly deals with Political economy, Democracy, Politics, Labour economics and Neoliberalism. His Political economy study also includes fields such as
Economic system is often connected to Corporate governance in his work. The study incorporates disciplines such as Development economics and Gender studies in addition to Politics. The Labour economics study combines topics in areas such as Social policy, Capital, Market economy, Welfare state and Unemployment.
His primary scientific interests are in Political economy, Democracy, Politics, Neoliberalism and Flexicurity. Colin Crouch carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Political economy and Backlash. Colin Crouch combines subjects such as Comparative politics, Opposition, Political sociology, Social science and Social democracy with his study of Democracy.
His research integrates issues of Financial crisis and Competence in his study of Politics. His work in Neoliberalism covers topics such as Ethos which are related to areas like Public service, Public administration, Capitalism and Index. His study in Corporate governance is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Collective bargaining, Market economy and Economic system.
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Political Economy of Modern Capitalism: Mapping Convergence and Diversity
Colin Crouch;Colin Crouch;Wolfgang Streeck.
Are Skills the Answer?: The Political Economy of Skill Creation in Advanced Industrial Countries
Colin Crouch;David Finegold;Mari Sako.
Research Papers in Economics (2001)
Capitalist Diversity and Change: Recombinant Governance and Institutional Entrepreneurs
Colin Crouch;Colin Crouch.
Industrial Relations and European State Traditions
Richard Scase;Colin Crouch.
British Journal of Sociology (1994)
The Strange Non-Death of Neoliberalism
Colin Crouch;Colin Crouch.
Local Production Systems in Europe: Rise or Demise?
Colin Crouch;Patrick Le Gales;Carlo Trigilia;Helmut Voelzkow.
OUP Catalogue (2001)
Privatised Keynesianism: An Unacknowledged Policy Regime
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations (2009)
Breaking the path of institutional development?: alternatives to the new determinism
Colin Crouch;Colin Crouch;Henry Farrell.
Rationality and Society (2004)
Industrial relations and European state traditions
Models of Capitalism: Growth and Stagnation in the Modern Era
Colin Crouch;Alice H. Amsden;David Coates.
New Political Economy (2001)
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