States Versus Markets: The Emergence of a Global Economy by Herman M. SchwartzStates Versus Markets: The Emergence of a Global Economy by Herman M. Schwartz

States Versus Markets: The Emergence of a Global Economy

byHerman M. Schwartz

Paperback | November 25, 2009

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States versus Markets shows that globalization is not a novel phenomenon but a recurrent process whereby markets have, since the sixteenth century, periodically redistributed economic activity. This revised and updated new edition takes account of the new rise of Asia and the global financial crisis originating in the US housing finance system.
HERMAN M. SCHWARTZ Professor of Politics, University of Virgnia, USA.
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Title:States Versus Markets: The Emergence of a Global EconomyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:368 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.03 inPublished:November 25, 2009Publisher:Macmillan Education UKLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230521282

ISBN - 13:9780230521285

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Table of Contents

Introduction * PART 1: STATES, AGRICULTURE, AND GLOBALIZATION * The Rise of the Modern State: From Street Gangs to Mafias * States, Markets, and the Origins of International Inequality * Economic and Hegemonic Cycles * The Industrial Revolution and Late Development
* Agricultural Exporters and the Search for Labor * Agriculture-Led Growth and Crisis in the Periphery: Ricardian Success, Ricardian Failure * The Collapse of the Nineteenth-Century Economy: The Erosion of Hegemony? * PART II: THE REEMERGENCE OF GLOBALIZATION *
The Depression, U.S. Domestic Politics, and the Foundation of the Post-World War II System *
International Money, Capital Flows, and Domestic Politics * Transnational Firms: A War of All against All * Industrialization in the Old Agricultural Periphery: The Rise of the Newly Industrialized Countries * Trade, Protection, and Renewed Globalization * US Hegemony: Declining from Below?
* US Hegemony: Reviving or Declining from the Top Down