Collection : Cornell Studies in Political Economy

A series edited by Peter J. Katzenstein

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Regime Shift
Comparative Dynamics of the Japanese Political Economy
T. J. Pempel
The Liberal Democratic Party, which dominated postwar Japan, lost power in the early 1990s. During that same period, Japan's once stellar economy suffered stagnation and collapse. Now a well-known commentator on contemporary Japan traces the political...



The Choice for Europe
Social Purpose and State Power from Messina to Maastricht
Andrew Moravcsik
The creation of the European Community ranks among the most extraordinary achievements in modern world politics. Observers disagree, however, about the reasons why European governments have chosen to coordinate core economic policies and surrender...



Who Elected the Bankers?
Surveillance and Control in the World Economy
Louis W. Pauly
A former banker and staff member of the International Monetary Fund, Louis W. Pauly explains why people are deeply concerned about the emergence of a global economy and the increasingly integrated capital markets at its heart. In nations as diverse as...



Cultural Norms and National Security
Police and Military in Postwar Japan
Peter J. Katzenstein
Nonviolent state behavior in Japan, this book argues, results from the distinctive breadth with which the Japanese define security policy, making it inseparable from the quest for social stability through economic growth. While much of the literature...



Fighting for Partnership
Labor and Politics in Unified Germany
Lowell Turner
West Germany from 1949 to 1990 was a story of virtually unparalleled political and economic success. This economic miracle incorporated a well-functioning political democracy, expanded to include a "social partnership" system of economic...



Freer Markets, More Rules
Regulatory Reform in Advanced Industrial Countries
Steven Kent Vogel
Over the past fifteen years, the United States, Western Europe, and Japan have transformed the relationship between governments and corporations. The changes are complex and the terms used to describe them often obscure the reality. In Freer Markets...



Disparaged Success
Labor Politics in Postwar Japan
Ikuo Kume
Japanese scholars have begun to challenge conventional wisdom about effective labor organizing, and Ikuo Kume has written the first book in English to advance their controversial theory. Since at least the early 1980s, the power of organized labor has...



The Price of Wealth
Economies and Institutions in the Middle East
Kiren Aziz Chaudhry
Kiren Aziz Chaudhry shows how state and market institutions are created and transformed in Saudi Arabia and Yemen, two countries that typify labor and oil exporters in the developing worlds.



Business and the State in Developing Countries
Much of the debate about development in the past decade pitted proponents of unfettered markets against advocates of developmental states. Yet, in many developing countries what best explains variations in economic performance is not markets or states...



Nationalism, Liberalism, and Progress
The Rise and Decline of Nationalism
Ernst B. Haas
Has global liberalism made the nation-state obsolete? Or, on the contrary, are primordial nationalist hatreds overwhelming cosmopolitanism? To assert either theme without serious qualification, according to Ernst B. Haas, is historically simplistic...



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