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The political economy of regionalism

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Published by Columbia University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trade blocs.,
  • Regionalism -- Economic aspects.,
  • Regionalism.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [239]-260) and index.

    Statementedited by Edward D. Mansfield and Helen V. Milner.
    SeriesNew directions in world politics
    ContributionsMansfield, Edward D., 1962-, Milner, Helen V., 1958-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF1418.7 .P65 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 274 p. :
    Number of Pages274
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1013522M
    ISBN 100231106629, 0231106637
    LC Control Number96054832

    From a Supporter to a Challenger? We assess how asymmetries among and within RECs relate to the economic position of member states, and how those asymmetries are expressed in the achievements on the human development index and the incidence of multidimensional poverty. The eight chapters of the book are based on respective papers initially prepared for the Asian Development Bank Institute Conference The African Union is endeavouring to position itself as the key interlocutor with the European Union in the debate about the future of trade, peace and security and development after the end of the Cotonou Agreement in

    Working Paper Katada, S. Some critics were arguing that economic unions and common markets distorted the logic of a universal division of labor, and that regional military planning was made both impossible and obsolete. Next, we discuss the asymmetries in trade relations between the African RECs and their most important partners, notably the European Union and the United States, and compare these to the patterns that are emerging in relations with the BRICS countries. Many analysts have further emphasized the persistence of relations of dependency between Africa and the industrialized countries. Its aim is to discuss the way in which scholarship on comparative regionalism may contribute to an understanding of the drivers of and actors in regionalism and their impact on asymmetrical development in Africa.

    According to Rodrik 4the main cause of deindustrialization in the developing world lies in trade and globalization, which have hit start-up industries disproportionally because they proved insufficiently competitive in comparison with industries from the global North. Political Economy Back cover copy The advent of the North American Free Trade Agreement, the ongoing process of economic integration in Europe, the formation of Mercosur, and the possibility of a new Asia-Pacific economic bloc have led to intense debates about the current status and future direction of regionalism. The Pacific Review. India Briefing. Regionalization[ edit ] Regionalism contrasts with regionalizationwhich is, according to the New Regionalism Approach, the expression of increased commercial and human transactions in a defined geographical region.


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Theorizing the Financial Statecraft of Emerging Powers. New York: Palgrave.

A political economy of African regionalisms: introduction

Yarbrough and Robert M. Chapter 6 turns to the relations between The political economy of regionalism book, in particular the RECs, and the rest of the world.

New York: Columbia University Press. This makes it likely that regional asymmetries will be reproduced instead of countered Cadot et al. Tokyo: Keiso Shobo Ltd. Institutions and politics were treated as irrelevant, government as exogenous, social norms as epiphenomena.

The chapter explores the architecture of African regional institutions, particularly the Regional Economic Communities, as the building blocks for African unity, regional integration and peace and security. Katada, Mireya Solis, Ed. In this section, we provide an overview of the most significant asymmetries, operating at different levels.

Further, we analyse the financial relations of the continent, in particular expressed in investment patterns, by paying attention to traditional investors, but explicitly also looking at the investments flowing from China to Africa. In addition, ideas from political The political economy of regionalism book, history, and other disciplines are employed to enrich understanding of the new international economic The political economy of regionalism book.

Roberts, C. Although this choice does not fully reflect the historical evolution of the RECs, a different approach would have created fluctuations in the data series that would have made comparisons over time impossible. Gilpin focuses on the powerful economic, political, and technological forces that have transformed the world.

National politics[ edit ] In national politics or low politicsregionalism is a political notion which favours regionalization —a process of dividing a political entity typically a country into smaller regions, and transferring power from the central government to the regions. Sections of the book include institutional setting, social cleavages and identity politics, political processes, ideological contestation, social movements, and politics and policy including many political economy chaptersalong with a section on India in the world.

This combined paradox of economic success and deprivation for many makes the study of Indian political economy complex, interesting, and consequential. The African Union is endeavouring to position itself as the key interlocutor with the European Union in the debate about the future of trade, peace and security and development after the end of the Cotonou Agreement in In order to confront the aspirations with the realities of trade dynamics, we present data on the development of intra-regional and intra-African trade in manufactured goods.

Examples of regional parties that do not generally campaign for greater autonomy or federalism include most provincial parties in Canadamost regional and minority parties in Europenotably including the Christian Social Union in Bavaria Germanymost parties in Belgiummost parties in Northern Irelandthe Istrian Democratic Assembly in Istria and the Alliance of Primorje-Gorski Kotar in Primorje-Gorski Kotar both counties of Croatiaand most political parties in India.

United Nations University Press. Kupchan Bibliography Index show more Review quote As preferential trade agreements have proliferated, modern economists have turned their attention to the compelling question of the potential they hold for damaging the multilateral world trading system premised on nondiscrimination instead.

Academic assessment of India affects the lives and livelihood of millions of people. His book is an impressive attempt to synthesize economic and political analysis to understand the forces affecting globalization, state policy, and the results of their interaction for economic development and international trade, investment, and finance.

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