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Economic Policies and Social Pacts in Spain during the Transition: The Two Faces of Neo-Corporatism

Victor Perez-Diaz
European Sociological Review
Vol. 2, No. 1 (May, 1986), pp. 1-19
Published by: Oxford University Press
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/522453
Page Count: 19
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Economic Policies and Social Pacts in Spain during the Transition: The Two Faces of Neo-Corporatism
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Abstract

The relationship is explored between economic policy, social structure and organised interests in Spain in the years of the transition to democracy, 1977-82. The positive and negative effects of 'social pacts' as mechanisms of adjustment to the economic crises of those years are assessed. The hypothesis that such 'neo-corporatist' arrangements lead to a rationalisation of the capitalist system and reinforce the assymetry between capital and labour is questioned. Following the accession to power of a Socialist government in 1982, basically the same kinds of policies and pacts as before were maintained and the same economic dilemmas persisted.

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