Coping with Globalization

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Contents
List of tables and figuresviii
List of contributorsix
Prefacexi
Coping with globalization: an introduction
ASEEM PRAKASH AND JEFFREY A.HART 1
PART I27
1 A race to the bottom or governance from the top?
DEBORA L.SPAR AND DAVID B.YOFFIE 31
2 Convergence and sovereignty: policy scope for compromise?
SYLVIA OSTRY 52
3 Environmental regulations and the global strategies of multinational enterprises
ALAN M.RUGMAN AND ALAIN VERBEKE 77
4 Globalization and federalism: governance at the domestic level
ALFRED C.AMAN, JR. 94
PART II115
5 Technonationalism and cooperation in a globalizing industry: the case of flat-panel displays
JEFFREY A.HART, STEFANIE A.LENWAY, AND THOMAS P.MURTHA 117
6 Dialing for dollars: institutional designs for the globalization of the market for basic telecommunications services
PETER COWHEY AND JOHN RICHARDS 148
PART III171
7 Marketing money: currency policy in a globalized world
BENJAMIN J.COHEN 173
8 Does globalization sap the fiscal power of the state?
ROBERT T.KUDRLE 198
Coping with globalization: a conclusion
JEFFREY A.HART AND ASEEM PRAKASH 225
Index239

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables and Figures viii
  • Preface xi
  • Coping with Globalization - An Introduction 1
  • Part I 27
  • 1 - A Race to the Bottom or Governance from the Top? 31
  • 2 - Convergence and Sovereignty 52
  • 3 - Environmental Regulations and the Global Strategies of Multinational Enterprises 77
  • 4 - Globalization and Federalism 94
  • Part II 115
  • 5 - Technonationalism and Cooperation in a Globalizing Industry 117
  • 6 - Dialing for Dollars 148
  • Part III 171
  • 7 - Marketing Money 173
  • 8 - Does Globalization Sap the Fiscal Power of the State? 198
  • Coping with Globalization - A Conclusion 225
  • Index 239
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