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The Origins of Nonliberal Capitalism
Germany and Japan in Comparison
In this book, German sociologists and American and Japanese political scientists draw extensively on the work of economists and historians from their home countries, as well as from the United Kingdom and France.



National Purpose in the World Economy
Post-Soviet States in Comparative Perspective
Rawi Abdelal
How do national identities affect the world economy? Building on the insight that nationalisms and national identities endow economic policy with social purpose, Rawi Abdelal proposes a novel theoretical framework, a distinctively Nationalist...



The Limits of Transparency
Ambiguity and the History of International Finance
Jacqueline Best
A decade of crises has reminded us of the fragility of the international financial system. Conventional wisdom holds that uncertainty is the basic problem of financial governance, and attempts to contain ambiguity have dominated recent financial...



Remapping East Asia
The Construction of a Region
An overarching ambiguity characterizes East Asia today. The region has at least a century-long history of internal divisiveness, war, and conflict, and it remains the site of several nettlesome territorial disputes. However, a mixture of complex and...



Social Protection, Globalised
Jos Berghman, Steven D'Haeseleer, Dries Crevits, An Maes, Jef Van Langendonck, Bea Van Buggenhout
This book contributes to the growing amount of literature that is concerned with the relationship between globalisation and social security. The aim of this work is, first, to clarify the impact of the globalisation process on social security systems...



Economic Nationalism in a Globalizing World
This book demonstrates the enduring, and even heightened, economic significance of national identities and nationalism in the current age.



Domestic Budgets in a United Europe
Fiscal Governance from the End of Bretton Woods to EMU
Mark Hallerberg
Under European Monetary Union, member states lose the ability to steer their economies by manipulating monetary policy. Domestic Budgets in a United Europe, which explains the content, evolution, and effectiveness of fiscal institutions, will be the...



Current Developments in European Integration
Financial Services/Transport Policy—Legal and Economic Contributions to the Fortis Bank Chair Lectures, Leuven, 2001–2003
The subjects dealt with in the papers include the relationship between the freedoms in the EC treaty and private international law, financial regulation and supervision of banks, the international insurance market and the Euro in the new member states.



The End of Diversity?
Prospects for German and Japanese Capitalism
After the devastation of World War II, Germany and Japan built national capitalist institutions that were remarkably successful in terms of national reconstruction and international competitiveness. Yet both "miracles" have since faltered, allowing...



Monetary Orders
Ambiguous Economics, Ubiquitous Politics
Wherever there is money, there is money politics-a subject demanding ever greater attention at a time when monetary policies lead and the real economy follows. A principal defining characteristic of the contemporary global economy, Jonathan Kirshner...



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