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date: 26 June 2019

(p. xi) List of Figures

(p. xi) List of Figures

  1. 5.1 State–economy relations, interest organization and modes of coordination 138

  2. 9.1 Inequality and redistribution, c. 1970–95 209

  3. 9.2 PR and non‐market coordination 211

  4. 9.3 A sketch of the causal argument 213

  5. 9.4 Vocational training and redistribution 215

  6. 9.5 Earnings equality and centralization of wage bargaining 216

  7. 9.6 The percentage of adults with poor literacy scores (bottom scale), and the percentage of adults with low education and high scores (top scale), thirteen OECD countries, 1994–8 221

  8. 9.7 Social spending in sixteen industrialized democracies, 1880–1990 234

  9. 12.1 Firms with public affairs offices, 1993–2003 288

  10. 12.2 Changing nature of business political activity in the EU 289

  11. 12.3 Sector variance in lobbying activity in the EU 295

  12. 15.1 A double transformation: China and the world 348

  13. 15.2 The transformation of China's business system 361

  14. 15.3 Annual inflows of FDI to China: contracted and utilized amounts, 1979–2006 (US$ 100 million) 363

  15. 19.1 Prisoners' Dilemma game 445

  16. 19.2 (a) Simple coordination game; (b) Coordination game without distributional conflict 446

  17. 19.3 Coordination game with distributional conflict 447

  18. 19.4 Types of international standard‐setting bodies (with examples) 449

  19. 21.1 Number of articles per year on takeover protection, 1995–2006 506

  20. 22.1 Defining CSR, multiplying the concepts 520

  21. 31.1 Global trends in armed conflict, 1946–2006 720