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Structure and Agency in International Capital Mobility

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Informationen zum Autor DAVID M. ANDREWS Associate Professor of Politics and International Relations! Scripps College! Claremont! California ERIC HELLEINER Associate Professor! Department of Political Studies! Trent University! Peterborough! Canada JENNIFER HOLT-DWYER Assistant Professor! Department of Political Science! Hunter College! City University of New York KATHLEEN R. MCNAMARA Assistant Professor of Politics and International Affairs! Princeton University JONATHON W. MOSES Assistant Professor! Department of Sociology and Political Science! University of Trondheim TONY PORTER Associate Professor of Political Science! McMaster University! Hamilton! Ontario MICHAEL C. WEBB Associate Professor of Political Science! University of Victoria! B.C.! Canada. Zusammenfassung Structure and Agency in International Capital Mobility highlights the importance of mobile resources as a feature of globalization, and challenges the received wisdom about the causes and effects of international capital mobility. Inhaltsverzeichnis List of Figures and Tables Acknowledgements Notes on the Contributors List of Abbreviations Structure and Agency in International Capital Mobility: An Introduction; K.P.Thomas and T.J.Sinclair PART I: INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL MOBILITY AND CONVERGENCE Financial Deregulation and the Origins of EMU; The French Policy Reversal of 1983; D.M.Andrews Does Capital Mobility Cause Regulatory Convergence? Illustrations from Japan; J.Holt-Dwyer Structural Indeterminancy and Sectoral Interests in European Monetary Integration; K.R.McNamara PART II: DEVELOPING THE SCHOLARLY AGENDA Bonded Polity: The Distributional Consequences of Relying More Heavily on Bond-Financed Social Policies; J.W.Moses International Capital Mobility: An Endogenous Approach; T.J.Sinclair Expanding the Debate on Capital Mobility; K.P.Thomas PART III: RESPONSES TO INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL MOBILITY Reconciling Practice and Structure: US Regulation of Transfer Pricing by Transnational Firms; M.C.Webb Negotiating the Structure of Capital Mobility; T.Porter Financial Globalization and Social Response? A Polanyian View: E.Helleiner References Index ...

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DAVID M. ANDREWS Associate Professor of Politics and International Relations, Scripps College, Claremont, California ERIC HELLEINER Associate Professor, Department of Political Studies, Trent University, Peterborough, Canada JENNIFER HOLT-DWYER Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Hunter College, City University of New York KATHLEEN R. MCNAMARA Assistant Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University JONATHON W. MOSES Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology and Political Science, University of Trondheim TONY PORTER Associate Professor of Political Science, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario MICHAEL C. WEBB Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Victoria, B.C., Canada.

Zusammenfassung
Structure and Agency in International Capital Mobility highlights the importance of mobile resources as a feature of globalization, and challenges the received wisdom about the causes and effects of international capital mobility.

Inhalt
List of Figures and Tables Acknowledgements Notes on the Contributors List of Abbreviations Structure and Agency in International Capital Mobility: An Introduction; K.P.Thomas and T.J.Sinclair PART I: INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL MOBILITY AND CONVERGENCE Financial Deregulation and the Origins of EMU; The French Policy Reversal of 1983; D.M.Andrews Does Capital Mobility Cause Regulatory Convergence? Illustrations from Japan; J.Holt-Dwyer Structural Indeterminancy and Sectoral Interests in European Monetary Integration; K.R.McNamara PART II: DEVELOPING THE SCHOLARLY AGENDA Bonded Polity: The Distributional Consequences of Relying More Heavily on Bond-Financed Social Policies; J.W.Moses International Capital Mobility: An Endogenous Approach; T.J.Sinclair Expanding the Debate on Capital Mobility; K.P.Thomas PART III: RESPONSES TO INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL MOBILITY Reconciling Practice and Structure: US Regulation of Transfer Pricing by Transnational Firms; M.C.Webb Negotiating the Structure of Capital Mobility; T.Porter Financial Globalization and Social Response? A Polanyian View: E.Helleiner References Index

Produktinformationen

Titel: Structure and Agency in International Capital Mobility
Editor:
EAN: 9780333725535
ISBN: 978-0-333-72553-5
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Nature EN
Genre: Allgemeines & Lexika
Anzahl Seiten: 208
Gewicht: 0g
Größe: H216mm x B138mm
Jahr: 2001
Auflage: 2001

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