By 今井 清一, 高橋 正衛
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Coupled with such measures is a disavowal of social partnership in favour of managerial prerogatives, market forces, and a strong state. Thatcherite neo-liberalism also involves a cosmopolitan approach that welcomes internationalisation of domestic economic space in the form of both outward and inward investment and also calls for the liberalisation of international trade and investment within regional blocs and more generally. Innovation is expected to follow spontaneously from the liberation of the animal spirits of individual entrepreneurs as they take advantage of incentives in the new market-led climate and from the more general government promotion of an enterprise culture.
The SWS would seem to address both problems. For not only does it adopt supply-side intervention to promote 28 Post-Fordist analyses of welfare innovation and structural competitiveness, it also goes beyond the mere retrenchment of social welfare to restructure and subordinate it to market forces. Both functions match the dynamic of the post-Fordist regime. To avoid the dangers of falling into a teleological analysis of the SWS as the functionally necessitated complement to an emergent post-Fordist labour process, accumulation regime, or social mode of economic regulation, the arguments presented above must be qualified by more concrete and complex analyses of Fordist modes of growth as well as by more substantive work on the crisis mechanisms of the KWS considered as a political regime (for an example of the latter analysis in this context, see Jessop (1992c)).
Thus the wage relation would be recomposed with a polarisation between skilled and unskilled workers; there would be greater emphasis on flexibility in internal and external labour markets; a shift would occur towards enterprise- or plant-level collective bargaining; and new forms of social wage would develop. The enterprise system could see a shift from the primacy of the hierarchical, wellstaffed, bureaucratic ‘Sloanist’ form of corporate structure towards flatter, leaner, more flexible forms of organisation.