Developing Nations and the Politics of Global Integration

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In this book, part of the Integrating National Economies series, Stephan Haggard examines the position of the developing countries in the international trade regime. Focusing on the nations of East and Southeast Asia and Latin America, Haggard explores the causes of economic liberalization policies in the developing nations. He argues that various international constraints, such as economic shocks and political pressures from the economically advanced nations, pushed developing countries to open up to ...
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In this book, part of the Integrating National Economies series, Stephan Haggard examines the position of the developing countries in the international trade regime. Focusing on the nations of East and Southeast Asia and Latin America, Haggard explores the causes of economic liberalization policies in the developing nations. He argues that various international constraints, such as economic shocks and political pressures from the economically advanced nations, pushed developing countries to open up to international competition and to pursue economic relations with advanced industrial states.
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Focusing on East and Southeast Asia and Latin America, the author (international relations and Pacific studies, U. of California-San Diego) examines the position of developing nations in international trade regimes and looks at the causes of economic liberalization policies. The lowering of trade barriers and the growth of foreign investment have benefited these countries, but they also have created vulnerabilities such as the risk of dependence and political interference. Paper edition (unseen), $10.95. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Table of Contents

Preface
1 Deep Integration and the Developing World 1
The International Politics of Deep Integration 2
Comparative Politics 8
International Institutions 12
2 The International Setting 15
The Economic Setting: Crisis and Policy Change 15
Expanding Conditionality 20
Bilateralism and the Developing Countries 27
The Developing Countries in the GATT Regime 38
Conclusion 45
3 East and Southeast Asia: Export-led Growth 46
The East Asian NICs 50
The ASEAN Exporters 56
Institutional Options for the Asian Developing Countries 62
4 Latin America 75
Economic Reform in Latin America 78
Mexico and NAFTA 87
A Hemispheric Initiative? 95
5 The ACP States, the European Community Associates, and India 100
The ACP States and Mediterranean Associates 101
India 104
6 Conclusion 108
Comments 123
App. A. The Developing Countries, Regional Groupings 141
App. B. Reforms of Laws Governing Intellectual Property Rights, Selected Latin American Countries 144
App. C. Nontrade and Deep Integration Measures in NAFTA 146
References 151
Index 167
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