The Political Economy of Hemispheric Integration: Responding to Globalization in the Americas by D. Sánchez-ancocheThe Political Economy of Hemispheric Integration: Responding to Globalization in the Americas by D. Sánchez-ancoche

The Political Economy of Hemispheric Integration: Responding to Globalization in the Americas

byD. Sánchez-ancocheEditorK. Shadlen

Hardcover | July 21, 2008

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Benefiting from a truly Pan-American perspective, these essays evaluate the economics and politics of the new patterns of North-South integration in the particular context of the Americas, questioning if regional and bilateral trade agreements like NAFTA, CAFTA or the FTAA are appropriate mechanisms to promote economic development.
DIEGO SÁNCHEZ-ANCOCHEA is Lecturer in Economics at the Institute for the Study of the Americas at the University of London, UK.KENNETH C. SHADLEN is Senior Lecturer at the Development Studies Institute (DESTIN) at the London School of Economics, UK.
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Title:The Political Economy of Hemispheric Integration: Responding to Globalization in the AmericasFormat:HardcoverDimensions:283 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.82 inPublished:July 21, 2008Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230606571

ISBN - 13:9780230606579

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Introduction: Globalization, Integration, and the Political Economy of Development in the Americas; K.C.Shadlen & D.Sánchez-Ancochea PART I: THE GLOBAL ENVIRONMENT The Transnationalization of Developing America: Opportunities and Challenges; M.Mortimore What Does China's Integration to the World Market Mean for Latin America?: The Mexican Experience; E.Dussel Peters Investment Treaty Arbitration and the Policy Implications for Capital-Importing Countries; G.Van Harten Policy Space for a Capability-Centered Development Strategy for Latin America; L.Abugattas & E.Paus PART II: THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF HEMISPHERIC INTEGRATION The Politics of Trade and the Limits to U.S. Power in the Americas; N.Phillips State and Society: The Politics of DR-CAFTA in Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, and El Salvador; D.Sánchez-Ancochea FTAA Trade Negotiations: A View of the Brazilian Co-Chairmanship; A.Bahadian & M.Carvalho Lyrio Canada and the Politics of Regional Economic Integration in the Americas; L.Macdonald Trade Negotiations and Development Politics: Fear, Fight, and Flight; D.Tussie