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Global Capital And National Politics

Author : Timothy P. Kessler
ISBN : 0275965686
Genre : Business & Economics
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Argues that economic liberalization can be shaped by political considerations just as much as anti-market policies. The example of Mexico shows financial liberalization providing rent-seeking opportunities for the privileged and helping the state to finance politically inspired obligations.

Global Capital And National Governments

Author : Layna Mosley
ISBN : 0521521629
Genre : Business & Economics
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This text suggests that international financial integration does not mean the end of social democratic welfare policies. As evidence for its conclusions, it draws on interviews with fund managers, quantitative analyses and archival investment banking materials.

Global Capital National State And The Politics Of Money

Author : Werner Bonefeld
ISBN : 9781349142408
Genre : Business & Economics
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The politics of international debt have received increasing attention in recent years. However, discussion of the politics of money has focused on Latin American and 'third' world countries. So far there has been little treatment of the politics of scarce money and of money as a political category in relation to 'advanced' countries. The central theme of the book is the limitations and constraints on state action which arise from the relation between the (nation) state and the global flow of money.

Global Capital Political Institutions And Policy Change In Developed Welfare States

Author : Duane Swank
ISBN : 0521001447
Genre : Political Science
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This book argues that the dramatic post-1970 rise in international capital mobility has not systematically contributed to the retrenchment of developed welfare states as many claim. Nor has globalization directly reduced the revenue-raising capacities of governments and undercut the political institutions that support the welfare state. Rather, institutional features of the polity and the welfare state determine the extent to which the economic and political pressures associated with globalization produce Welfare state retrenchment.

State Institutions Private Incentives Global Capital

Author : Andrew Carl Sobel
ISBN : 0472088734
Genre : Business & Economics
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Considers why some countries are more successful than others in attracting international investment

A Critical Rewriting Of Global Political Economy

Author : V. Spike Peterson
ISBN : 9781134380206
Genre : Political Science
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Moving beyond a narrow definition of economics, this pioneering book advances our knowledge of global political economy and how we might critically respond to it. V. Spike Peterson clearly shows how two key features of the global economy increasingly determine everyday lives worldwide. The first is explosive growth in financial markets that shape business decision-making and public policy-making, and the second is dramatic growth in informal and flexible work arrangements that shape income-generation and family wellbeing. These developments, though widely recognized, are rarely analyzed as inextricable and interacting dimensions of globalization. Using a new theoretical model, Peterson demonstrates the interdependence of reproductive, productive and virtual economies and analyzes inequalities of race, gender, class and nation as structural features of neoliberal globalization. Presenting a methodologically plural, cross-disciplinary and well-documented account of globalization, the author integrates marginalized and disparate features of globalization to provide an accessible narrative from a postcolonial feminist vantage point.

The Politics Of The Governed

Author : Partha Chatterjee
ISBN : 9780231503891
Genre : Political Science
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Often dismissed as the rumblings of "the street," popular politics is where political modernity is being formed today, according to Partha Chatterjee. The rise of mass politics all over the world in the twentieth century led to the development of new techniques of governing population groups. On the one hand, the idea of popular sovereignty has gained wide acceptance. On the other hand, the proliferation of security and welfare technologies has created modern governmental bodies that administer populations, but do not provide citizens with an arena for democratic deliberation. Under these conditions, democracy is no longer government of, by, and for the people. Rather, it has become a world of power whose startling dimensions and unwritten rules of engagement Chatterjee provocatively lays bare. This book argues that the rise of ethnic or identity politics—particularly in the postcolonial world—is a consequence of new techniques of governmental administration. Using contemporary examples from India, the book examines the different forms taken by the politics of the governed. Many of these operate outside of the traditionally defined arena of civil society and the formal legal institutions of the state. This book considers the global conditions within which such local forms of popular politics have appeared and shows us how both community and global society have been transformed. Chatterjee's analysis explores the strategic as well as the ethical dimensions of the new democratic politics of rights, claims, and entitlements of population groups and permits a new understanding of the dynamics of world politics both before and after the events of September 11, 2001. The Politics of the Governed consists of three essays, originally given as the Leonard Hastings Schoff Lectures at Columbia University in November 2001, and four additional essays that complement and extend the analyses presented there. By combining these essays between the covers of a single volume, Chatterjee has given us a major and urgent work that provides a full perspective on the possibilities and limits of democracy in the postcolonial world.

Breaking Financial Boundaries

Author : David M. Meerschwam
ISBN : UCSD:31822006618987
Genre : Political Science
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The Volatility Machine

Author : Michael Pettis
ISBN : 0195349482
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book presents a radically different argument for what has caused, and likely will continue to cause, the collapse of emerging market economies. Pettis combines the insights of economic history, economic theory, and finance theory into a comprehensive model for understanding sovereign liability management and the causes of financial crises. He examines recent financial crises in emerging market countries along with the history of international lending since the 1820s to argue that the process of international lending is driven primarily by external events and not by local politics and/or economic policies. He draws out the corporate finance implications of this approach to argue that most of the current analyses of the recent financial crises suffered by Latin America, Asia, and Russia have largely missed the point. He then develops a sovereign finance model, analogous to corporate finance, to understand the capital structure needs of emerging market countries. Using this model, he finally puts into perspective the recent crises, a new sovereign liability management theory, the implications of the model for sovereign debt restructurings, and the new financial architecture. Bridging the gap between finance specialists and traders, on the one hand, and economists and policy-makers on the other, The Volatility Machine is critical reading for anyone interested in where the international economy is going over the next several years.

Global Capital Local Culture

Author : Anthony Y. H. Fung
ISBN : 082049500X
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book examines the way transnational media companies have entered the Chinese entertainment market. Based on the author’s ethnographic work and over 100 interviews with senior executives in global media corporations, including Warner Bros. Pictures, Viacom’s MTV Channel, and Nickelodeon and News Corporation’s Channel V, the book analyzes the concrete globalization/localization strategies of these corporations and how they cope with the various political and economic constraints of working in China.

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