Globalization is the first volume which systematically encompasses the debates and the results of research of political scientists on all core aspects of the interrelation between politics and economics in the process of globalization.
This volume shows how research on globalization has reached a degree of differentiation and depth that makes it necessary and attractive to assess the state-of-the-art and perspectives for further research. With contributions from international experts including Andreas Busch, Nadine Haase and Edgar Grande.
Table of Contents
Preface 1. Analytical Overview: State of the Art of Research on Globalization Stefan A. Schirm 2. Development of the Debate: Intellectual Precursors and Selected Aspects Andreas Busch 3. Fiscal Policy and Adjustment: Adjusting Fiscal Policy to Globalization - Testing Theoretical Approaches Reimut Zohlnhöfer 4. Taxation and Cooperation: International Action Against Harmful Tax Competition Thomas Rixen 5. Money and Power: Markets and Governance in International Monetary Policy Hubert Zimmermann 6. Political Transnationalization: The Future of the Nation-State - A Comparison of Transnational Policy Regimes Edgar Grande, Markus König,Patrick Pfister and Paul Sterzel 7. Business and Governance: Transnational Corporations and the Effectiveness of Private Governance Doris Fuchs 8. Public-Private Partnerships: Unlike Partners? Assessing New Forms of Regulation Tanja Brühl 9. Political Conditions for Economic Growth: Globalization and Developing Countries Joachim Betz 10. Regionalism in the World Economy: Building Block or Stumbling Stone for Globalization? Andreas Dür 11. Transformation and Trade Liberalization: The Integration of the Transition Countries into the World Economy Thilo Bodenstein