Growth Regime Working Group (GRWG) of the IPE Berlin
The GRWG aims at research on the main dynamics and drivers of the diverging demand and growth regimes in modern capitalism from a comparative perspective. It investigates the main demand and growth regimes and their changes both in the global North and South, and the global and regional interplay among various regimes. It also focuses on research on individual case studies.
The GRWG consists of researchers from different social sciences. The research is rooted in heterodox perspectives, including post-Keynesian economics, Marxist approaches, regulation school, dependency theory, and other critical political economy perspectives.
Session ‘Studies on Macroeconomic Regimes’, 25th Annual Conference of the Forum Macroeconomics and Macroeconomic Policies (FMM), ‘Macroeconomics of Socio-Ecological Transition’, Berlin, 28.-30.10.2021
Benjamin Jungmann, Alessandro Bramucci, Ümit Akcay, Eckhard Hein and Ryan Woodgate at the FMM conference
Akcay, Ü., Hein, E., & Jungmann, B. (2021). Financialisation and macroeconomic regimes in emerging capitalist economies before and after the Great Recession. Institute for International Political Economy (IPE) Berlin, Working Paper, 158. https://www.ipe-berlin.org/fileadmin/institut-ipe/Dokumente/Working_Papers/ipe_working_paper_158.pdf
Dünhaupt, P. & Hein, E. (2019). Finanzialisation, distribution, and macroeconomic regimes before and after the crisis: a post-Keynesian view on Denmark, Estonia, and Latvia, Journal of Baltic Studies, 2019, 50 (4), 435-465, https://doi.org/10.1080/01629778.2019.1680403.
Hein, E. (2019). Financialisation and tendencies towards stagnation: The role of macroeconomic regime changes in the course of and after the financial and economic crisis 2007–09. Cambridge Journal of Economics, 43(4), 975–999. https://doi.org/10.1093/cje/bez022
Hein, E. (2020). Financialisation and stagnation – a macroeconomic regime perspective. Institute for International Political Economy (IPE) Berlin, Working Paper, 149, https://www.ipe-berlin.org/fileadmin/institut-ipe/Dokumente/Working_Papers/ipe_working_paper_149.pdf. (forthcoming in: Dantas, F., Wray, L.R. (eds), The Handbook of Stagnation, Amsterdam: Elsevier).
Hein, E., & Martschin, J. (2020). The Eurozone in Crisis—A Kaleckian Macroeconomic Regime and Policy Perspective. Review of Political Economy, 32(4), 563–588. https://doi.org/10.1080/09538259.2020.1831202
Hein, E., & Martschin, J. (2021). Demand and growth regimes in finance-dominated capitalism and the role of the macroeconomic policy regime: A post-Keynesian comparative study on France, Germany, Italy and Spain before and after the Great Financial Crisis and the Great Recession. Review of Evolutionary Political Economy, 2 (3), 493-527. https://doi.org/10.1007/s43253-021-00044-5
Hein, E., Meloni, W. P., & Tridico, P. (2021). Welfare models and demand-led growth regimes before and after the financial and economic crisis. Review of International Political Economy, 28(5), 1196–1223. https://doi.org/10.1080/09692290.2020.1744178
Jimenez, V. (2020). Wage shares and demand regimes in Central America: An Empirical analysis 1970-2016. Institute for International Political Economy (IPE) Berlin, Working Paper, 151. https://www.ipe-berlin.org/fileadmin/institut-ipe/Dokumente/Working_Papers/ipe_working_paper_151.pdf
Jungmann, B. (2021). Growth drivers in emerging capitalist economies before and after the Global Financial Crisis. Institute for International Political Economy (IPE) Berlin, Working Paper, 172. https://www.ipe-berlin.org/fileadmin/institut-ipe/Dokumente/Working_Papers/ipe_working_paper_172.pdf
Prante, F., Hein, E. & Bramucci, A. (2021). Varieties and interdependencies of demand and growth regimes in finance-dominated capitalism, Institute for International Political Economy (IPE) Berlin, Working Paper, 173. https://www.ipe-berlin.org/fileadmin/institut-ipe/Dokumente/Working_Papers/ipe_working_paper_173.pdf (forthcoming in: Review of Keynesian Economics).
Woodgate, R. (2021). Multinational corporations and commercialised states: Can state aid serve as the basis for an FDI-driven growth strategy? Institute for International Political Economy (IPE) Berlin, Working Paper, 161. https://www.ipe-berlin.org/fileadmin/institut-ipe/Dokumente/Working_Papers/ipe_working_paper_161.pd