Coping with Globalization

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Index

a
Abbot, J. 17
Adelman, M.A. 151
Agreement on Basic
Telecommunications Services 1997 (WTO) 148 , 151 -2
Aliber, R.Z. 182
Aman, A.C. 10 , 16 , 94 - 114 , 235
Appadurai, A. 4
Applied Komatsu Technologies 133 ;
inaccurate forecasts 134 ;
success in Asia 133
Applied Materials:
in flat-panel display markets 126 , 134 ;
work with Japanese firms 133 -4
architecture of supply 119 ;
access to vital inputs 119 ;
globalizing markets 119 -21
AT&T 128

b
Bank for International Settlements 58
Baron, D.P. 2
basic telecommunications:
global pressures 227 ;
globalization of market 148 -66;
international services 153 -4;
legacy of monopolies 152 -3;
limits of bilateral liberalization 154 -7;
moves to competition 152 -3;
obsolete regulation 152 -3;
settlement rate 154
Berger, S. 6 , 231
Bergsten, F. 191
Bhagwati, J. 11 - 12
Borrus, M. 119
Breyer, Justice 107 , 109 -10, 114

c
capital mobility 198 -9, 202
capital taxation 202 -7;
corporate taxation 205 -6;
incidence 202 , 203 ;
methods 202 ;
OECD proposals 206 -7;
portfolio investment 205 ;
reform 205 -7;
steady erosion 215 -16;
tax havens 203 -4
Caves, R.E. 2
Cerny, P.G. 4 , 33 , 181
chaebols124
Chemerinsky, E. 111
Chennels, L. 205
Child, J. 8
Cohen, B.J. 6 , 13 , 173 - 197 , 226 - 227
Cold War 65
Collingsworth, T. 33
Commonwealth:
preferential treatment by Britain 63
competition:
cross-border, among currencies 173 ;
factor in race to the bottom 42 ;
in telecommunications market 148 , 227
competition rules:
international telephony markets 148
competitive strategies 12 - 17
competitiveness, trade and environment 80
constraints on governments and firms 6 - 10
consumer movements 61 -2;
ethical funds 61 -2
consumption taxation:
collection by seller 211 -12;
electronic cash 212 ;
evasion 212 ;
indirect 210 ;
retail sales tax 210 , 211
convergence 15 , 28 , 52 - 76
Cooper, R. 180
cooperative strategies 12 - 17
coping strategies:
as dependent variables 4 ;
as political outcomes 6 ;
competitive vs. cooperative 13 ;
constraints 6 - 10 ;
see also external constraints, internal constraints;
high-tech sector 17 - 19 ;
influence of ideas and identities 229 ;

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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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