Organized Business And The New Global Order by Justin GreenwoodOrganized Business And The New Global Order by Justin Greenwood

Organized Business And The New Global Order

byJustin GreenwoodEditorH. Jacek

Hardcover | November 2, 1999

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The editors have assembled an international team of expert scholars together to describe and analyze the role of organized business in creating, and responding to, the regionalization and internationalization of markets and politics. Chapters focus on theoretical issues, discrete regions drawn from the major trading regimes around the globe, and sectors, and together address a number of important issues: First, to what extent does organised business push the deepening and widening of regional and global trading regimes? Second, does the development of these multi-level governance regimes in turn pull organised business into more comprehensive levels of organisation and public policy coordination? The collection concludes that globalization and the 'new regionalism' cannot be understood without recognising the key role of business organizations. This book is unique because no other volume details the critical relationship between organized business and globalization/new regionalism.
JUSTIN GREENWOOD is Jean Monnet Professor of European Public Policy at The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, where he has worked since 1992. He is the author ofRepresenting Interests in the European Union, editor of theEuropean Casebook on Business Alliances, and co-editor ofCollective Action in the European Union: Interests and the ...
Title:Organized Business And The New Global OrderFormat:HardcoverDimensions:301 pages, 21.6 × 14 × 2.49 inPublished:November 2, 1999Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Foreword: P.Schmitter List of Tables List of Figures Acknowledgements List of Acronyms Notes on the Contributors Introduction; H.Jacek From Ships Passing in the Night to a Dialogue of the Deaf: the Contribution of International Relations Theory to Understanding Organized Business; G.R.D.Underhill The Role of Organized Business in the Formulation and Implementation of Regional Trade Agreements in North America; H.Jacek Business Associations, Regional Integration and Systemic Shocks: The Case of the ABM in Mexico; D.R.Wood Organized Business and the European Union; J.Greenwood Asia-Pacific Business Activity and Regional Institution-building; N.Gallant & R.Stubbs Responses of Brazilian and Argentinean Business to the New Regional Integration Experience in Latin America: The Building of the Southern Common Market (Mercosur); Landa & M.C.Sajem Business Interest Groups and the State in USSR and Russia: Change of the Models; S.Peregudov Antipodean Exceptionalism?: Australian Farmers and World Trade Reform; R.Gerritsen Multi-tiered Systems and the Organization of Business Interests; W.D.Coleman & É.Montpetit Global Order and Local Collective Action: The Case of Milan Business Interest Associations; L.Lanzalaco & E.Gualmini Leading and Following - Private and Public Organizations in the Evolution of Global Shipping; K.Ronit International Standardization, Corporate Strategy, and Regional Markets; M.Egan Global Economic Governance by Private Actors: The International Chamber of Commerce; V.Schneider Conclusion; J.Greenwood Bibliography Index