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Crises, crisis-management and state restructuring: what future for the state?

Author: Bob Jessop1
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  • 1 Lancaster University, , UK
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This article explores challenges to the state and state power originating in the world market and the world of states. It proposes an approach useful for this and other purposes and identifies reference points for discussing recent challenges. This cannot be the ‘state in general’ but must comprise well-specified, actually existing state forms. It then explores crises as an objectively overdetermined, subjectively indeterminate condensation of challenges that pose problems of crisis-management and may also lead to crises of crisis-management. It examines the interaction of economic and political crises and their possible role in the alleged decline of liberal democracy.

  • 1 Lancaster University, , UK

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