State University of New York Press | 2003-01 | ISBN: 0791455815 | 256 pages | PDF | 2,2 MB
Examines the nature of international economic leadership since the seventeenth century.
While other studies of international leadership have looked at a variety of measures to predict behavior, this book demonstrates that the key factor is international finance. J. Samuel Barkin uses an innovative blend of rationalist and constructivist methodologies, approaches to international political economy that normally exist in isolation from one another. Barkin argues that the level of a country``s involvement in international finance specifically motivates it to lead. This is particularly relevant today, given the on-going discussions on how to respond to local and global financial crises.
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