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Louise Amoore

technologies and global production have vastly differential effects and elicit distinctive patterns of accommodation and resistance. I explore the social and political-economic contests that characterise the distinctive British ‘hyperflexible’ and German ‘flexi-corporatist’ approaches to the restructuring of production and work. Robert Cox identifies the tensions within and between the German and British political economies as a ‘proving ground’ for future world order (1993: 286). The historical context that is reflected in state-societal institutions, norms and practices is

in Globalisation contested