| Introduction: Domestic politics, regional economic co-operation, and global economic integration William D. Coleman and Geoffrey R.D. Underhill||1|
|Part IRegional economic integration in the global economy|
|1 Regional economic co-operation, global markets and domestic politics: a comparison of NAFTA and the Maastricht Treaty Helen Milner||19|
|2 The international political economy of regionalism: the Asia-Pacific and Europe compared Richard Higgott||42|
|3 Asia-Pacific regionalism versus globalization: competing forms of capitalism Richard Stubbs||68|
|4 In the whirlwind of globalization and multilateralism: the case of emerging regionalism in Latin America Diana Tussie||81|
|Part IIPublic policy, globalization and regionalism|
|5 ‘Subversive liberalism’: market integration, globalization and West European welfare states Martin Rhodes||99|
|6 The social democratic predicament and global economic integration: a capital dilemma Jonathon W. Moses||122|
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Book title: Regionalism and Global Economic Integration:Europe, Asia, and the Americas.
Contributors: William D. Coleman - Author, Geoffrey R. D. Underhill - Author.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 1998.
Page number: vii.
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