Globalization, Institutions & Governance
Publication Year: 2012
The study of international relations now goes well beyond state-to-state politics and even regional politics. Technological forces are working their effects on the world as a whole, bringing state and non-state actors into contact with one another. Globalization, Institutions and Governance provides students with a sophisticated and engaging exploration of the often differing impacts of these technological forces and the wider implications of globalization for theories of global governance and the role of international institutions.
- Front Matter
- Back Matter
- Subject Index
SAGE Series on the Foundations of International Relations[Page ii]
Series Editors: Walter CarlsnaesUppsala University, Sweden
Jeffrey T. CheckelSimon Fraser University, Canada
International Advisory Board: Peter J. Katzenstein Cornell University, USA; Emanuel Adler University of Toronto, Canada; Martha Finnemore George Washington University, USA; Andrew Hurrell Oxford University, UK; G. John Ikenberry Princeton University, USA; Beth Simmons Harvard University, USA; Steve Smith University of Exeter, UK; Michael Zuern Hertie School of Governance, Germany.
This series fills the gap between narrowly focused research monographs and broad introductory texts, providing graduate students with state-of-the-art, critical overviews of the key sub-fields within International Relations: International Political Economy, International Security, Foreign Policy Analysis, International Organization, Normative IR Theory, International Environmental Politics, Globalization, and IR Theory.
Explicitly designed to further the transatlantic dialogue fostered by publications such as the SAGE Handbook of International Relations, the series is written by renowned scholars drawn from North America, continental Europe and the UK. The books are intended as core texts on advanced courses in IR, taking students beyond the basics and into the heart of the debates within each field, encouraging an independent, critical approach and signposting further avenues of research.
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First published 2012
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List of Figures and Tables[Page vi]
- Figure 3.1 Union density rates in liberal market economies and social market economies, 1960–2001 56
- Figure 3.2 Public social expenditure as a percentage of GDP in liberal market economies and social market economies, 1980–2003 57
- Figure 3.3 Trade openness of liberal market economies and social market economies, 1950–2004 58
- Figure 3.4 Welfare spending trends in developed and developing countries 67
- Table 2.1 Public and private goods 25
- Table 3.1 Social versus liberal market economies 53
As with most things we produce, a book is a social product, the result of connections and debts too numerous and too invisible to recount. The curiosity and stimulation of students, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels, were crucial for the senior author. But the biggest debt of both authors is to the academic editors of this series, Jeff Checkel and Walter Carlsnaes, as well as to Sage editor David Mainwaring. Jeff and Walter not only convinced us to write the book but also guided us through at least two rounds of revisions. Their comments got us to think about the book in different ways and led to serious revisions, revisions which we think resulted in a much better book. While the readers will not be able to do the comparison, we hope they agree that it was worth the effort.[Page viii]
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