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Crossing boundaries: towards cultural political economy : interview with Bob Jessop

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Published

  • Bob Jessop
  • Agnes Labrousse (Editor)
  • Thomas Lamarche (Editor)
  • Julien Vercuil (Editor)
Journal publication date03/2013
JournalRevue de la Régulation : Capitalisme, Institutions, Pouvoirs
Journal number12
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Bob Jessop is Distinguished Professor of Sociology at Lancaster University, United Kingdom. He has worked for many years on theories of the state and state power, critical political economy (including the régulation theory), critical realism, critical discourse analysis, and questions of governance and governance failure. He currently holds a 3-year professorial research fellowship from the Economic and Social Research Council (UK) to study the crisis of crisis-management in relation to the North Atlantic Financial Crisis and its broad-ranging repercussions. Recent books include: The Future of the Capitalist State (2002), Beyond the Regulation Approach (co-authored with Ngai-Ling Sum, 2006), and State Power (2007). Two new books are scheduled for 2013: Towards Cultural Political Economy (co-authored with Ngai-Ling Sum) and The State: Past, Present, Future.

Bibliographic note

One of a series of interviews with influential political economists in the official journal of the International Association de la Regulation