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Informationen zum Autor MORTEN BØÅS Research Fellow! Centre for Development and the Environment! University of Oslo! NorwayEDMÉ DOMINGUEZ R. Researcher! Ibero-American Institutet! University of GöteborgHELGE HVEEM Professor of International Politics! Department of Political Science! University of OsloJAMES H. MITTELMAN Professor of International Relations! School of International Service! American University! Washington! DCMICHAEL MORTIMORE Founder Member of the Joint Unit between the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (UNECLAC)JOAKIM ÖJENDAL Research Fellow! Department of Peace and Development Research! Göteborg UniversityMICHAEL SCHULZ Researcher and Lecturer! Department of Peace and Development Research! Göteborg UniversityFREDRIK SÖDERBAUM Department of Peace and Development Research! Göteborg UniversityRAIMO VÄYRYNEN Professor of Government and International Studies! University of Notre Dame Klappentext Comparing Regionalisms summarizes the UNU/WIDER international research project on the formation of world regions! and what implications this process will have for the future world order! particularly as far as the important issues of peace and development are concerned. This last volume in a series of five focuses on comparative research! covering all important regions of the world. Comparative studies are seen as the next step in regional analysis. Acknowledging the enormous variety of regional formations! the contributors nevertheless argue that a comparative approach to the dynamics of regionalization will provide important knowledge not only about the regions in question! but also about the emerging world order. Zusammenfassung Comparing Regionalisms summarizes the UNU/WIDER international research project on the formation of world regions, and what implications this process will have for the future world order, particularly as far as the important issues of peace and development are concerned. Inhaltsverzeichnis Prologue Notes on the Contributors Abbreviations Introduction Regionalism! Security and Development: A Comparative Perspective; B.Hettne Transnational Integration and National Disintegration Revisited; A.Sunkel & M.Mortimore Regionalisms Compared: The African and Southeast Asian Experience; M.Bøås & H.Hveem Post-Hegemonic and Post-Socialist Regionalisms: A Comparison of Central Europe and East Asia; R.Väyrynen The European Union and NAFTA Compared; E.Dominguez R. & B.Hettne Subregional Responses to Globalization: A Comparative Analysis; J.H.Mittelman Key Issues in the New Regionalism: Comparisons from Asia! Africa and the Middle East; M.Schulz! F.Söderbaum & J.Öjendal Index ...

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MORTEN BØÅS Research Fellow, Centre for Development and the Environment, University of Oslo, Norway EDMÉ DOMINGUEZ R. Researcher, Ibero-American Institutet, University of Göteborg HELGE HVEEM Professor of International Politics, Department of Political Science, University of Oslo JAMES H. MITTELMAN Professor of International Relations, School of International Service, American University, Washington, DC MICHAEL MORTIMORE Founder Member of the Joint Unit between the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (UNECLAC) JOAKIM ÖJENDAL Research Fellow, Department of Peace and Development Research, Göteborg University MICHAEL SCHULZ Researcher and Lecturer, Department of Peace and Development Research, Göteborg University FREDRIK SÖDERBAUM Department of Peace and Development Research, Göteborg University RAIMO VÄYRYNEN Professor of Government and International Studies, University of Notre Dame

Klappentext

Comparing Regionalisms summarizes the UNU/WIDER international research project on the formation of world regions, and what implications this process will have for the future world order, particularly as far as the important issues of peace and development are concerned. This last volume in a series of five focuses on comparative research, covering all important regions of the world. Comparative studies are seen as the next step in regional analysis. Acknowledging the enormous variety of regional formations, the contributors nevertheless argue that a comparative approach to the dynamics of regionalization will provide important knowledge not only about the regions in question, but also about the emerging world order.



Inhalt
Prologue Notes on the Contributors Abbreviations Introduction Regionalism, Security and Development: A Comparative Perspective; B.Hettne Transnational Integration and National Disintegration Revisited; A.Sunkel & M.Mortimore Regionalisms Compared: The African and Southeast Asian Experience; M.Bøås & H.Hveem Post-Hegemonic and Post-Socialist Regionalisms: A Comparison of Central Europe and East Asia; R.Väyrynen The European Union and NAFTA Compared; E.Dominguez R. & B.Hettne Subregional Responses to Globalization: A Comparative Analysis; J.H.Mittelman Key Issues in the New Regionalism: Comparisons from Asia, Africa and the Middle East; M.Schulz, F.Söderbaum & J.Öjendal Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: Comparing Regionalisms
Untertitel: Implications for Global Development
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EAN: 9780333765418
ISBN: 0333765419
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Genre: Politikwissenschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 328
Gewicht: 547g
Größe: H222mm x B145mm x T22mm
Jahr: 2001
Auflage: 2001

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