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Policymaking and Prosperity is the second volume of a three-volume set that examines the multidimensional role of policy in the development and promotion of democracy, prosperity, and peace. The prosperity volume discusses the relationship between democratic practices and economic prosperity. Its chapters consider questions of bi- and multilateral trade policy relations, the impact of economic pluralism, sustainable development, the global agricultural economy, international environmental politics, and bioregionalism.
About the Author
The late Stuart Nagel was Professor Emeritus of Political Science at the University of Illinois and Secretary-Treasurer of the Policy Studies Organization.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Liberalizing Capital Controls: Economic Pluralism or Political Institutions? Chapter 3 International Firms, Strategic Trade, and Reciprocity Chapter 4 Multilateralism and Bilateralism in Transatlantic Trade Policy Relations: The Road to a Nebulous and Platonic Relationship Chapter 5 Trade Conflicts During the Multilateral Negotations on International Trade Liberalization Chapter 6 The Global-Continental-National Dynamic: Hypotheses for Comparative Continentalism Chapter 7 Diffusion of Power in Agro-Food Policy Networks Chapter 8 Globalization, Technology, and Emancipator Politics: Toward a New Multilateralism? Chapter 9 The CAP in the Global Agricultural Economy: Prospects for the 21st Century Chapter 10 The Collective South in Multinational Environmental Politics Chapter 11 Decisionmaking for Sustainable Development: Toward a New Paradigm Chapter 12 The European Union and International Environmental Politics Chapter 13 Bioregionalism and Political Boundaries: Concepts and Constraints