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Handbook of global economic governance : players, power and paradigms

Published on Jan 1, 2014
Manuela Moschella7
Estimated H-index: 7
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Catherine Weaver7
Estimated H-index: 7
Abstract
Section 1: Introduction 1. Global Economic Governance: Players, Power and Paradigms Manuela Moschella and Catherine Weaver Section 2: Governing Global Trade 2. Plus ca change? Business as usual in the Governance of Global Trade Rorden Wilkinson 3. Does sunshine make a difference? How transparency brings the trading system to life Robert Wolfe 4. Adaptation and Change in EU Trade Governance: The EU's Paradigm Shift from Multilateralism to Regionalism and Bilateralism Eugenia da Conceicao-Heldt 5. Global Economic Governance: Intellectual Property Susan K. Sell 6. Governing Trade in Global Food and Agriculture Jennifer Clapp and Kim Burnett Section 3: Global Governance of Finance and Money 7. The Historical Origins and Development of Global Financial Governance Randall Germain 8. The G20 and Global Financial Regulation Lora Viola 9. The Role of Private Governance in Global Finance Tony Porter and Heather McKeen-Edwards 10. The Financial Stability Board Stefano Pagliari 11. The International Monetary Fund's Evolving Role in Global Economic Governance Steve Nelson 12. Governing Capital Flows Kevin Gallagher 13. The Governance of Black Holes of the World Economy: Shadow Banking and Offshore Finance Ronen Palan and Anastasia Nesvetailova 14. The Eurozone Crisis: Growing Pains or Doomed from the Start? Matthias Matthijis 15. The Future of the Dollar? Minh Ly Section 4: Governing Development 16. The History of International Development Aid David Williams 17. The World Bank in the Post-Structural Adjustment Era Matthew S. Winters and Shyam Kulkami 18. The UN and Global Development Stephen Browne 19. Global Economic Governance and the Regional Development Banks Jonathan Strand 20. Non-DAC Donors and the Changing Landscape of Bilateral Aid Mike Findley and Katherine Kitterman 21. Private Transnational Governance of Economic Development: International Development Aid Tim Buthe and Cindy Cheng Section 5: Crisis and Change in Global Economic Governance Today 22. The contradictions of post-crisis global economic governance Dan Drezner
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Published on Oct 1, 2012in Review of International Political Economy 2.80
Benjamin J. Cohen26
Estimated H-index: 26
(UCSB: University of California, Santa Barbara)
ABSTRACT After three years of recurrent crisis, what is the future of the euro? For some skeptical observers, mounting tensions in the euro zone are fast approaching a breaking point. Europe's daring monetary experiment, we are told, is doomed to end in spectacular failure. For others, by contrast, the outcome ultimately will be not less union but “more Europe” – an even tighter merger of national economic sovereignty. Tested by adversity, the euro will emerge more successful than ever. Who is r...
Published on Jan 1, 2011
マティアス マタイス11
Estimated H-index: 11
1. Continuity and Change in British Economic Policymaking 2. Crisis, Ideas and Path Dependence: Theoretical Framework and Postware Britain's Changing Political Economy 3. Clement Attlee's Postwar 'Settlement' (1945-1970): Depression, War, Keynes, Beveridge and a New Consensus 4. Relative Decline and the Unravelling of Consensus (1959-1979): From 'Having it so Good' to the 'Winter of Discontent' 5. Margaret Thatcher's Triumph (1975-1990): Inflation, Hayek, and the Overhaul of the British State 6....
Published on Sep 1, 2009
Robert Skidelsky13
Estimated H-index: 13
Robert Skidelsky's "Keynes: The Return of the Master" shows how the great economist's ideas not only explain why the current financial crisis occurred - but are our best way out. "One would expect brokers to be wrong. If, in addition to their other inside advantages, they were capable of good advice, clearly they would have retired long ago with a large fortune". (John Maynard Keynes). When unbridled capitalism falters, is there an alternative? The twentieth century's most influential economist ...
Published on Dec 1, 2008in International Finance 0.45
Willem H. Buiter46
Estimated H-index: 46
(LSE: London School of Economics and Political Science)
The message of this paper is that the global financial crisis that started in August 2007 provides another powerful and sufficient argument for the United Kingdom to join the EMU and adopt the euro as soon as technically possible. This new financial stability argument for UK membership in the EMU is separate from and in addition to the conventional optimal currency arguments for joining, which have also become more persuasive in the past few years.
Published on Nov 18, 1998
Andrew Moravcsik33
Estimated H-index: 33
Introduction: The choice for Europe 1. Theorizing European Integration 2. Finding the Thread: The Treaties of Rome, 1955-1958 3. Grain and Grandeur: Consolidating the Common Market, 1958-1969 4. Divergence and Convergence: Toward Monetary Integration, 1969-1983 5. Relaunching Intergration: The Single European Act, 1984-1988 6. Economic and Monetary Union: Negotiating the Maastricht Treaty, 1988-1991 7. European Integration in Retrospect
Published on Nov 1, 1997in Journal of Economic Perspectives 6.45
Martin Feldstein86
Estimated H-index: 86
(Harvard University)
EMU would be an economic liability. A single currency would cause at most small trade and investment gains but would raise average cyclical unemployment and would probably raise inflation, perpetuate structural unemployment, and increase the risk of protectionism. EMU is nevertheless being pursued in order to create a political union. Fundamental disagreements among member states about economic policies, foreign and military policies, and the sharing of political power are likely to create futur...
Published on Jan 1, 1992
Alan S. Milward15
Estimated H-index: 15
The first detailed history of the origins of the European Community, this is the sequel and companion to "The Reconstruction of Western Europe, 1945-51." In arguing that the purpose of European Community policies was not to supercede but to reinforce the nation-state, Alan Milward's original and controversial study cuts through accepted orthodoxies on a topic of immense importance today. Using material from archives in eight countries, Milward examines the European coal, iron, and steel communit...
Published on Sep 1, 1991in International Organization 4.51
Jeffry Frieden29
Estimated H-index: 29
(UCLA: University of California, Los Angeles)
Capital moves more rapidly across national borders now than it has in at least fifty years and perhaps in history. This article examines the effects of capital mobility on different groups in national societies and on the politics of economic policymaking. It begins by emphasizing that while financial markets are highly integrated within the developed world, many investments are still quite specific with respect to firm, sector, or location. It then argues that contemporary levels of internation...
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Michael W. Bauer24
Estimated H-index: 24
(German University of Administrative Sciences, Speyer),
Jörn Ege6
Estimated H-index: 6
(German University of Administrative Sciences, Speyer),
Rahel Schomaker1
Estimated H-index: 1
(German Research Institute for Public Administration)
ABSTRACTThe study of the processes and effects of internationalization has become a major field of inquiry in the social sciences. This article takes stock of corresponding research efforts in the field of public administration (PA) to understand the internationalization phenomenon by analyzing studies that were systematically sampled from major PA journals over recent decades. After delineating, sampling, categorizing, and subsequently examining the scholarly production of PA regarding what can...
Published on Mar 4, 2019in Third World Quarterly 2.16
Jinghan Zeng8
Estimated H-index: 8
(Lancaster University)
China’s rise and America’s global retreat have made China’s role in global governance more important than ever before. By analysing Chinese (mainly academic) literature, this article studies contemporary Chinese views of global economic governance. It finds that the 2008 financial crisis is a notable point of the Chinese discourse. In addition, dialogue platforms – the G20 in particular – rather than key institutions of global economic governance such as International Monetary Fund (IMF), World ...
Published on Jan 1, 2017
Reinhard Rode (MLU: Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg), David Kabus (MLU: Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg)
Der Beitrag nimmt, ausgehend von den Dimensionen und Auswirkungen des Globalisierungsprozesses, eine Bestandsaufnahme der internationalen Wirtschaftsbeziehungen vor. Neben den Entwicklungen in den Bereichen Handel, Wahrung und Finanzen stehen mit der G-7/8 und G-20 die zentralen Foren weltwirtschaftlicher Steuerung im Blickpunkt. Deren zukunftige Perspektiven werden vor dem Hintergrund des Bedeutungsgewinns der Schwellenlander sowie vergangener und aktueller Krisen hinterfragt.