9781588260970

International Political Economy: State-Market Relations in a Changing Global Order

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    9781588260970

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    1588260976

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 1999-12-31
  • Publisher: Lynne Rienner

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments vii
Introduction 1(8)
Kishore C. Dash
Patrick Cronin
C. Roe Goddard
Part 1 Contending Views of International Political Economy
The Nature of Political Economy
9(16)
Robert Gilpin
International Politics and International Economics
25(8)
Jeffry A. Frieden
David A. Lake
Liberalism, Interdependence, and Globalization
Excerpts from The Wealth of Nations
33(16)
Adam Smith
Realism and Complex Interdependence
49(10)
Robert O. Keohane
Joseph S. Nye
The Invisible Hand vs. the Dead Hand
59(12)
Brink Lindsey
The Rise of the Virtual State
71(14)
Richard Rosecrance
Economic Nationalism and the State
Excerpts from Report on Manufactures
85(14)
Alexander Hamilton
The Theory of Hegemonic Stability and Changes in International Economic Regimes, 1967--1977
99(20)
Robert O. Keohane
States and Industrial Transformation
119(20)
Peter Evans
Sovereignty
139(12)
Stephen D. Krasner
Challenges to the Capitalist System
Excerpts from Capital and Communist Manifesto
151(16)
Karl Marx
Friedrich Engels
The Structure of Dependence
167(12)
Theotonio dos Santos
The Future of Global Polarization
179(12)
Samir Amin
Globalization Under Fire
191(24)
Robert Went
Part 2 International Monetary Relations
Monetary Governance in a Globalized World
215(26)
Benjamin J. Cohen
The International Monetary Fund
241(28)
C. Roe Goddard
The Asian Economic Crisis and the Role of the IMF
269(22)
Kishore C. Dash
The Euro Debuts: European Money, Global Money, or Both?
291(26)
Olufemi A. Babarinde
Part 3 Development and the World Bank
The Rise and Fall of the Washington Consensus as a Paradigm for Developing Countries
317(24)
Charles Gore
A New World Bank for a New Century
341(12)
Robert Picciotto
Still Waiting: The Failure of Reform at the World Bank
353(16)
Bruce Rich
Part 4 International Trade Relations
The Doha Round: Prospects for the Rules-Based Trading System
369(22)
Patrick Cronin
Regionalism, Multilateralism, and Deeper Integration: Changing Paradigms for Developing Countries
391(24)
Robert Z. Lawrence
Part 5 Transnational Enterprises and International Production
Theoretical Perspectives on the Transnational Corporation
415(20)
Rhys Jenkins
Defining the Transnational Corporation in the Era of Globalization
435(24)
C. Roe Goddard
Part 6 Conclusion
Coping with Ecological Globalization
459(36)
Hilary French
The Westfailure System
495(14)
Susan Strange
Index 509(6)
About the Book 515

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