Collection : Cornell Studies in Political Economy

A series edited by Peter J. Katzenstein

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Why Syria Goes to War
Thirty Years of Confrontation
Fred Lawson
Rejecting conventional explanations for Syrian foreign policy, which emphasize the personalities and attitudes of leaders, cultural factors peculiar to Arab societies, or the machinations of the great powers, Fred H. Lawson describes key shifts in...



National Interests in International Society
Martha Finnemore
How do states know what they want? Asking how interests are defined and how changes in them are accommodated, Martha Finnemore shows the fruitfulness of a constructivist approach to international politics. She draws on insights from sociological...



National Diversity and Global Capitalism
How does globalization change national economies and politics? Are rising levels of trade, capital flows, new communication technologies, and deregulation forcing all societies to converge toward the same structures of production and distribution...



"Rich Nation, Strong Army"
National Security and the Technological Transformation of Japan
Richard J. Samuels



Winners and Losers
How Sectors Shape the Developmental Prospects of States
D. Michael Shafer



International Governance
Protecting the Environment in a Stateless Society
Oran R. Young
How can the global environment be safeguarded in the absence of a world government? In the vanguard of efforts to address this critical question, Oran R. Young draws on environmental issues to explore the nature of international governance. Young's...



Ideas and Foreign Policy
Beliefs, Institutions, and Political Change



Rivals beyond Trade
America versus Japan in Global Competition
Dennis J. Encarnation



The Paradox of Continental Production
National Investment Policies in North America
Barbara Jenkins



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