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States in the Global Economy: Bringing Domestic Institutions Back In (Cambridge Studies in International Relations) ebook

by Linda Weiss


A number of changes in the state's domestic and international environment - ranging The growing interconnectedness of national economies and an expanding awareness of global interdependence in the 1990s have generated lively debate over the future of national governance.

A number of changes in the state's domestic and international environment - ranging The growing interconnectedness of national economies and an expanding awareness of global interdependence in the 1990s have generated lively debate over the future of national governance

LEVI-FAUR, DAVID 2006. Governance, Vol. 19, Issue.

LEVI-FAUR, DAVID 2006.

Cambridge studies in international relations; 86) .

Cambridge studies in international relations; 86) Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0 521 81913 X – ISBN 0 521 52538 1 (p. 1. International economic relations. Domestic institutions are a bit like the ‘dark place’ in the globalisation debate. Challenges coming from the global arena are well illuminated. The issue to be explored in this book is the extent to which the global economy has the potential not only to constrain but also to enable governments to pursue their policy objectives. It asks: ‘To what extent does the outcome depend on the character of the domestic institutional context (including its normative and organisational aspects)?’

It is generally argued that globalization has seriously limited the state's capacity to govern domestically. This book questions the thesis that the state's role in promoting social protection and wealth creation has been restricted

It is generally argued that globalization has seriously limited the state's capacity to govern domestically. This book questions the thesis that the state's role in promoting social protection and wealth creation has been restricted. Covering a range of areas of state activity and political issues in developing and developed countries, the contributors explore the impact of global interdependence. They argue that globalization can enable as well as constrain, and that the effects will depend on the character of a country's domestic institutions.

Publication date 01 Jan 2003. Publisher CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS. Publication City/Country United States. ISBN13 9781280430558. Categories: International Economics. International Economics. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

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Linda M. Weiss is an Australian professor of political science at the University of Sydney (USYD), specialising in the international and comparative . States in the Global Economy: Bringing Domestic Institutions Back In 2003. The Myth of the Powerless State 1998. Weiss is an Australian professor of political science at the University of Sydney (USYD), specialising in the international and comparative politics of economic development. Weiss is best known for questioning the converging effect associated with globalisation by pointing to the mediating role played by domestic nation-state institutions and capabilities and arguing that the effect non-state powers have upon a government can be enabling as well as constraining.

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It is generally argued that globalization has seriously limited the state's capacity to govern domestically. This book questions the thesis that the state's role in promoting social protection and wealth creation has been restricted. Covering a range of areas of state activity and political issues in developing and developed countries, the contributors explore the impact of global interdependence. They argue that globalization can enable as well as constrain, and that the effects will depend on the character of a country's domestic institutions.
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