Globalization: Interdependencies and Coordination

Globalization: Interdependencies and Coordination

by Jan-Erik Lane


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781412863025
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 01/30/1987
Pages: 382
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Jan-Erik Lane has been full professor at the universities of Umea (Sweden), Oslo (Norway), and Geneva (Switzerland). He has published widely in comparative politics, public administration, and international studies.

Table of Contents


Introduction: Actors, Interdependencies, and Coordination Efforts in Globalization Processes

Challenge One: The Energy-Environment Conundrum

1 Energy and Ecology
2 Environmental Deficits
3 Climate Change Is Unavoidable

Challenge Two: Managing One Global Market Economy

4 The Real Economy and the Financial Economy
5 Global Economic Coordination Mechanisms
6 Global Imbalance: China versus the EU, or Economic Growth against Austerity

Challenge Three: Managing Violent Political Conflicts

7 Political Interdependencies: The Conflict Perspective
8 A New Pattern of Global Conflicts

Challenge Four: Regional Coordination: How Effective Is It?

9 Governance of Common Pools
10 Regional Organization: No Ideal-Type Model

Challenge Five: Good Governance

11 Global Institutionality and Normativity
12 Mankind and Global Rule of Law

Conclusion: Weber's Thesis Today



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