The Political Economy of Regionalism

Edited by Edward L. Mansfield and Helen V. Milner

Columbia University Press

The Political Economy of Regionalism

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Pub Date: April 1997

ISBN: 9780231106634

288 Pages

Format: Paperback

List Price: $35.00£27.95

The Political Economy of Regionalism

Edited by Edward L. Mansfield and Helen V. Milner

Columbia University Press

The advent of the North American Free Trade Agreement, the ongoing process of economic integration in Europe, the formation of Mercosur, and the possibility of a new Asia-Pacific economic bloc have led to intense debates about the current status and future direction of regionalism. The Political Economy of Regionalism is one of the first books to analyze regionalism from a political economy perspective.

Contributors: Benjamin J. Cohen; Beth V. Yarbrough and Robert M. Yarbrough; Charles A. Kupchan; Edward D. Mansfield and Helen V. Milner; Edward D. Mansfield and Rachel Bronson; Helen V. Milner; Joseph M. Grieco; Pier Carlo Padoan; Stephen Haggard
Acknowledgments
Contributors
The Political Economy of Regionalism: An Overview, by Edward D. Mansfield and Helen V. Milner
Regionalism in Asia and the Americas, by Stephen Haggard
The Political Economy of Currency Regions, by Benjamin J. Cohen
Industries, Governments, and the Creation of Regional Trade Blocs, by Helen V. Milner
Regional Agreements as Clubs: The European Case, by Pier Carlo Padoan
Dispute Settlement in International Trade: Regionalism and Procedural Coordination, by Beth V. Yarbrough and Robert M. Yarbrough
Systematic Sources of Variation in Regional Institutionalization in Western Europe, East Asia, and the Americas, by Joseph M. Grieco
The Political Economy of Major-Power Trade Flows, by Edward D. Mansfield and Rachel Bronson
Regionalizing Europe's Security: The Case for a New Mitteleuropa, by Charles A. Kupchan
Bibliography
Index

About the Author

Edward D. Mansfield is associate professor of political science at Ohio State University.

Helen V. Milner is professor of political science at Columbia University.