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INTERNATIONAL, PERSPECTIVES ON, GLOBAL POWER, AND WEALTH. FOURTH EDITION, Jeffry A Frieden, Harvard University. David A Lake, University of California San Diego, London and New York. For Bedford St Martin s, Political Science Editor James R Headley. Senior Editor Publishing Services Douglas Bell, Production Supervisor Joe Ford.
Project Management Stratford Publishing Services Inc. Cover Design Lucy Krikorian, Cover Photo CORBIS Stuart Westmorland. Composition Stratford Publishing Services Inc, Printing and Binding Haddon Craftsman an R R Donnelley Sons Company. President Charles H Christensen, Editorial Director Joan E Feinberg. Director of Editing Design and Production Marcia Cohen. Manager Publishing Services Emily Berleth, First published 2000 by Bedford St Martin s Simultaneously published and distributed. outside North America by, 11 New Fetter Lane London EC4P 4EE.
and representatives throughout the world, This edition published in the Taylor Francis e Library 2003. Library of Congress Catalog Card Number 99 62343, Copyright 2000 by Bedford St Martin s. All rights reserved No part of this book may be reproduced stored in a retrieval system or. transmitted in any form or by any means electronic mechanical photocopying recording. or otherwise except as may be expressly permitted by the applicable copyright statutes or. in writing by the Publisher, British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library. ISBN 0 203 51858 6 Master e book ISBN, ISBN 0 203 54705 5 Adobe eReader Format. ISBN 0 415 22279 6 Print Edition, Acknowledgments, Acknowledgments and copyrights appear at the back of the book on pages 471 473 which.
constitute an extension of the copyright page, It is a violation of the law to reproduce the selections in this book by any means whatsoever. without the written permission of the copyright holder. The readings in International Political Economy Perspectives on Global Power. and Wealth are primarily intended to introduce the study of international political. economy to those with little or no prior knowledge of it The book is designed for. use in courses in international political economy international relations and. international economics The selections present both clear and identifiable theoretical. arguments and important substantive material Fifteen of the 31 articles are new. to this fourth edition of our book and the theoretical approach has been updated. to reflect the changing state of both the world and the field of international political. Although the selections can be read in any order they are grouped in seven. parts which reflect some of the more common organizing principles used in. international political economy courses Each part begins with an introduction by. the editors that provides background information and highlights issues raised in. the readings Each reading is preceded by an abstract summarizing its specific. arguments and contributions The readings were edited to eliminate extraneous or. dated information and most footnotes were removed, The introduction defines the study of international political economy. summarizes major analytical frameworks in the field and identifies several current. debates In earlier editions the introduction and readings were largely structured. around three analytic perspectives Realism Marxism and Liberalism This. framework is substantially downplayed in this edition The field of international. political economy has made significant progress over the last two decades and. this division while useful as a pedagogic device has become increasingly. obsolete To capture the most important work and current debates in the. international political economy we now highlight the analytic tensions between. international and domestic explanations on the one hand and institutionalist. and society centered explanations on the other These two dimensions create. four distinct views which we refer to as the international political international. economic domestic institutionalist and domestic societal approaches Part I. presents examples of these different perspectives on international political. economy The readings in this part are intended to suggest the underlying logic. and types of arguments used by proponents of each approach Although they. are representative of their respective schools they do not necessarily capture. the wide range of opinion within each approach, iv Preface. Part II which reviews the history of the international economy since the. nineteenth century provides the background and perspective necessary to understand. the contemporary international political economy The selections describe the major. developments in the history of the modern international economy from a variety. of different theoretical viewpoints, The remainder of the book is devoted to the modern international political. economy Separate sections on production money and finance and trade look at. the principal broad issue areas associated with the politics of international economic. relations Part VI focuses on the particular political and economic problems of. developing and transitional economies Finally Part VII examines current problems. in the politics of international economics, The selections in this volume have been used successfully in our courses on.
international political economy at the University of California Los Angeles Harvard. University and the University of California San Diego UCSD In our own. research we approach the study of international political economy from very. different perspectives Yet we find that this set of readings accommodates our. individual approaches to the subject matter while simultaneously covering the. major questions of the field, For this edition Patricia Lindenboim and Michael Spence at Harvard and Angela. O Mahony at UCSD provided valuable research and editorial assistance Leslie. S Connor of Stratford Publishing Services prepared the manuscript for publication. We want to thank our respective spouses Anabela Costa and Wendy K Lake for. their continuing encouragement, Jeffry A Frieden, David A Lake. Preface iii, About the Editors ix, Introduction International Politics and International Economics 1. I CONTENDING PERSPECTIVES ON INTERNATIONAL, POLITICAL ECONOMY 17. 1 State Power and the Structure of International Trade 19. STEPHEN D KRASNER, 2 The Political Economy of the Smoot Hawley Tariff 37.
BARRY EICHENGREEN, 3 Institutions and Economic Growth A Historical Introduction 47. DOUGLASS C NORTH, 4 States Firms and Diplomacy 60, SUSAN STRANGE. II HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES 69, 5 The Rise of Free Trade in Western Europe 73. CHARLES P KINDLEBERGER, 6 International Trade Domestic Coalitions and Liberty. Comparative Responses to the Crisis of 1873 1896 90. PETER ALEXIS GOUREVITCH, vi Preface, 7 International Investment and Colonial Control.
A New Interpretation 109, JEFFRY A FRIEDEN, 8 British and American Hegemony Compared. Lessons for the Current Era of Decline 127, DAVID A LAKE. III PRODUCTION 141, 9 The Multinational Enterprise as an Economic Organization 145. RICHARD E CAVES, 10 Third World Governments and Multinational Corporations. Dynamics of Host s Bargaining Power 156, SHAH M TARZI.
11 A New Imperial System The Role of the, Multinational Corporations Reconsidered 167. DAVID FIELDHOUSE, 12 Strategic Trade and Investment Policies Implications. for the Study of International Political Economy 180. JEFFREY A HART AND ASEEM PRAKASH, IV MONEY AND FINANCE 193. 13 The Domestic Politics of International Monetary Order. The Gold Standard 199, LAWRENCE BROZ, 14 Hegemonic Stability Theories of the. International Monetary System 220, BARRY EICHENGREEN.
15 The Triad and the Unholy Trinity, Problems of International Monetary Cooperation 245. BENJAMIN J COHEN, 16 Exchange Rate Politics 257, JEFFRY A FRIEDEN. 17 EMU Why and How It Might Happen 270, CHARLES WYPLOSZ. Preface vii, 18 The Obsolescence of Capital Controls. Economic Management in an Age of Global Markets 280. JOHN B GOODMAN AND LOUIS W PAULY, V TRADE 299, 19 Protectionist Trade Policies A Survey of Theory.
Evidence and Rationale 303, CLETUS C COUGHLIN K ALEC CHRYSTAL AND GEOFFREY E WOOD. 20 Commerce and Coalitions How Trade Affects, Domestic Political Alignments 318. RONALD ROGOWSKI, 21 The Political Economy of Trading States. Factor Specificity Collective Action Problems, and Domestic Political Institutions 327. JAMES E ALT AND MICHAEL GILLIGAN, 22 Are Your Wages Set in Beijing 343.
RICHARD B FREEMAN, 23 The Political Economy of Nontariff Barriers. A Cross national Analysis 353, EDWARD D MANSFIELD AND MARC L BUSCH. 24 Explaining Business Support for Regional Trade Agreements 366. RONALD W COX, VI ECONOMIES IN DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSITION 377. 25 International Development Is It Possible 383, JOSEPH E STIGLITZ AND LYN SQUIRE. 26 Development The Market Is Not Enough 392, ROBIN BROAD JOHN CAVANAGH AND WALDEN BELLO.
27 Globalization and Inequality Past and Present 405. JEFFREY A WILLIAMSON, 28 Inflation and Stabilization 417. STEPHAN HAGGARD, viii Preface, VII CURRENT PROBLEMS IN INTERNATIONAL. POLITICAL ECONOMY 431, 29 Environmental Protection and Free Trade. Are They Mutually Exclusive 433, ALISON BUTLER, 30 Globalization and the Changing Logic of Collective Action 446. PHILIP G CERNY, 31 Sense and Nonsense in the Globalization Debate 461.
DANI RODRIK, ABOUT THE EDITORS, Jeffry A Frieden Ph D Columbia University is professor of government at. Harvard University He specializes in the political economy of international monetary. and financial relations His book publications include Debt Development and. Democracy Modern Political Economy and Latin America 1965 1985 Princeton. Princeton University Press 1991 and Banking on the World The Politics of. American International Finance New York Harper Row 1987 which has. been issued in both Japanese and British editions, David A Lake Ph D Cornell University is professor of political science at. the University of California San Diego and coeditor of the journal International. Organization He has published widely in the field of international relations. and international political economy His principal book publications include. Power Protection and Free Trade International Sources of U S Commercial. Strategy 1887 1939 Ithaca Cornell University Press 1988 and Entangling. Relations American Foreign Policy in its Century Princeton Princeton. University Press 1999, Introduction, INTERNATIONAL. POLITICS AND, INTERNATIONAL, Over the past thirty years the study of international political economy underwent. a remarkable resurgence Virtually nonexistent before 1970 as a field of study. international political economy is now a popular area of specialization for both. undergraduates and graduate students as well as the source of much innovative. and influential scholarship The revival of international political economy after. nearly forty years of dormancy enriched both social science and public debate. and promises to continue to do both, International political economy is the study of the interplay of economics.
and politics in the world arena In the most general sense the economy can be. defined as the system of producing distributing and using wealth politics is. the set of institutions and rules by which social and economic interactions are. governed Political economy has a variety of meanings For some it refers. primarily to the study of the political basis of economic actions the ways in. which government policies affect market operations For others the principal. preoccupation is the economic basis of political action the ways in which. economic forces mold government policies The two focuses are in a sense. complementary for politics and markets are in a constant state of mutual. interaction, Most markets are governed by certain fundamental laws that operate more. or less independently of the will of firms and individuals Any shopkeeper. knows that an attempt to raise the price of a readily available and standardized. product a pencil for example above that charged by nearby and competing. shopkeepers will rapidly cause customers to stop buying pencils at the higher. price Unless the shopkeeper wants to be left with piles of unsold pencils he. or she will have to bring the price back into line with what the market will. bear The shopkeeper will have learned a microcosmic lesson in what. economists call market clearing equilibrium the price at which the number. of goods supplied equals the number demanded the point at which supply. and demand curves intersect, At the base of all modern economics is the general assertion that within certain. 2 Introduction, carefully specified parameters markets operate in and of themselves to maintain. balance between supply and demand Other things being equal if the supply of a. good increases far beyond the demand for it the good s price will be driven down. until demand rises to meet supply supply falls to meet demand and market clearing. equilibrium is restored By the same token if demand exceeds supply the good s. price will rise thus causing demand to decline and supply to increase until the. two are in balance, If the international and domestic economies functioned as perfectly competitive. Jeffry A Frieden Ph D Columbia University is professor of government at Harvard University He specializes in the political economy of international monetary and financial relations His book publications include Debt Development and Democracy Modern Political Economy and Latin America 1965 1985 Princeton Princeton University Press 1991 and Banking on the World The Politics of

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