Political Economy and the Changing Global Order

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The Asian economic crisis, the Russian economic crisis, deepening European integration, the wildly fluctuating stock markets around the world, and rapid changes in technology all signal that the unprecedented change in the global economic order that characterized the 1990s will continue.

What do these changes mean for the global economic order as we enter the new millennium? In thirty-three original, specially commissioned chapters, scholars from around the world provide an ...

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The Asian economic crisis, the Russian economic crisis, deepening European integration, the wildly fluctuating stock markets around the world, and rapid changes in technology all signal that the unprecedented change in the global economic order that characterized the 1990s will continue.

What do these changes mean for the global economic order as we enter the new millennium? In thirty-three original, specially commissioned chapters, scholars from around the world provide an authoritative introduction to current and future trends in the theory and practice of international economic relations.

Just as in the first edition of Political Economy and the Changing Global Order, each chapter is written with the student in mind. For this second edition, twenty-five of the chapters are new and the majority of the others have been substantially revised. The concise, provocative arguments cover a wide range of issues at the global and regional levels, as well as the way in which a variety of state and non-state actors are responding to the force of globalization. A broad variety of theoretical perspectives is set out, and students are encouraged to examine the many different perspectives on the changing global economy.

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An introduction to the theory and practice of international economic relations in the post-Cold War world, in 33 specially commissioned chapters by scholars in politics, economics, and international relations. The volume ranges widely, covering developments at global and regional levels, key issues and trends, and the changing policies of major states, as well as presenting a broad range of theoretical perspectives. Particular emphasis is given to the many and varied connections between the international and domestic, and political and economic, dimensions of global change. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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  • ISBN-13: 9780195414646
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
  • Publication date: 9/28/1999
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 432
  • Product dimensions: 8.90 (w) x 6.80 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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McMaster University

University of Amsterdam

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Table of Contents

I Understanding the changing global order
Introduction : conceptualizing the changing global order 3
1 Political economy : the revival of an 'interdiscipline' 24
2 Problems of powers and knowledge in a changing world order 39
3 Globalization : the long view 51
4 Globalization and its critics 64
5 Alternatives to neo-liberalism? : towards a more heterogeneous global political economy 77
6 Theory and exclusion : gender, masculinity, and international political economy 88
II Global issues
Introduction : global issues in historical perspective 103
7 The political economy of post-9/11 security 118
8 Global finance and political order 135
9 The emerging world financial order and different forms of capitalism 145
10 The group of seven and global macroeconomic governance 158
11 The WTO and the governance of globalization : dismantling the compromise of embedded liberalism? 170
12 Big business, the WTO, and development : Uruguay and beyond 183
13 Multinational corporations in the global economy 197
14 The political economy of the Internet and e-commerce 211
15 The agency of labour in a changing global order 222
16 Post-colonial readings of child labour in a globalized economy 233
17 Environment, economy, and global environmental governance 246
18 Gendered representations of the 'global' : reading/writing globalization 260
19 Crime in the global economy 272
III Regional dynamics
Introduction : regionalization and globalization 289
20 Explaining the regional phenomenon in an era of globalization 294
21 The transnational political economy of European integration : the future of socio-economic governance in the enlarged union 306
22 The North American free trade agreement 317
23 Latin America in the global political economy 332
24 Economic regionalism in East Asia : consolidation with centrifugal tendencies 344
25 Political economies of Africa(s) at the start of the twenty-first century 356
IV Responses to globalization
Introduction : state responses to globalization 371
26 Political globalization and the competition state 376
27 Negotiating globalization : the foreign economic policy of the European Union 387
28 Globalization and the transformation of the German model 398
29 The political economy of the UK competition state : committed globalism, selective Europeanism 408
30 Transition economies 419
31 The United States and globalization : struggles with hegemony 431
32 Politics and markets in East Asia : is the developmental state compatible with globalization? 443
33 Japan, East Asian regionalization, and selective resistance to globalization 454
34 China and the political economy of global engagement 465
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