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The Bank of England's Conjunctural Assessment and Projections Division is responsible for the preparation of the MPC's forecasts.
And here again is where it is worth reading Driscoll in conjunction with Grossberg: it is conjunctural and contextual enquiry that directs the method.
My second effort, Klezmer America, attempted to explore a conjunctural or cultural-studies way of looking at Jewishness in relation to other forms of otherness.
The use of interactive statistical models performs two important roles in terms of accommodating multiple conjunctural causation and the deficiencies of additive statistical models in comparative macro-social science research.
Although conjunctural problems in Europe revealed views and hesitations regarding enlargement, Europe's enlargement was indispensable, he said.
Perhaps the most thought-provoking contribution is Harvey's attempt to expand the mix of determining conditions in the conjunctural shaping of capitalism and its institutional structure.
Moreover, the democracies in the MENA region, placed at various levels of democratic deepening, adopted a more nuanced and selective approach towards the transformation of their agricultural, commercial, and industrial-entrepreneurial classes in line with prevailing conjunctural political atmospheres.
Conjunctural analysis involves not only the labor of analysis but also of continuing to theorize, to find the tools that can produce a better if not the best story.
Smith (sociology and labor studies, Brock U., Canada) provides a Marxist analysis of the origins, implications, and scope of the global economic crisis that began in 2008, arguing that it should be seen as both a conjunctural crisis of overproduction, credit, and finance and a deep-seated systemic crisis connected to Marx's "law of the tendency of the rate of profit to fall," which has long been a central theme in Marxist structural critiques of capitalism.
Chapter 3 moves beyond the critique of neoliberalism to focus on "conjunctural moments" in crises of the current hegemonic order.
On the other hand, Turkey's political environment and the threats perceived therein have become subject to rapid and radical change both due to conjunctural changes in the international system and also, and maybe more so, due to a new philosophy that has started to dominate the drafting and conduct of Turkish foreign policy.
Burkett shows how Marxism reveals and helps resolve "important contradictions, analytical silences, and unanswered questions present in ecological economics." the lack of effective communication between Marxists and ecological economists has both long-term historical and short-term conjunctural roots.