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Globalization Between A Convoy Model and An Underconsumptionist Threat: Politics

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11 When economies can achieve competitiveness without achieving high levels of employment, they remove the mechanisms required for achieving the essential equilibria for a well-functioning capitalist world economy. 16 Hartmut Elsenhans, State, Class and Development New Delhi: Radiant Publishers, 1996173-254.