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Global Capital and National Governments (Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics)
February 3, 2003
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||400|
Multinational Corporations, Capital Mobility and the Global Neo-Liberal Regime: Thus footloose capital and national competition for FDI will induce a global climb to the top. workers and governments are much more likely to be adversely affected by capital flight and its threat. An open capital market immediately confronts national authorities with a decision over controlling either interest rates or exchange rates. Over the medium term, integration into the global capital market also makes it more difficult to tax internationally footloose capital relative to less mobile factors of production, notably Size: KB.
International capital markets provide forums and mechanisms for governments, companies, and people to borrow or invest (or both) across national boundaries. are the same mechanism but in the global sphere, in which governments, companies, and people borrow and invest across national boundaries. In addition to the benefits and purposes of a. By now, you’ve probably heard of Thomas Piketty, the year-old French economist and author of Capital in the Twenty First Century. Piketty has become something of a rock star in the economics.
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Global Capital and National Governments is concerned with how and when international financial markets determine state policy.
Conventional wisdom assumes globalization has placed steadfast constraints on state's ability to pursuit domestic agendas, even leading countries toward convergent fiscal by: This book examines the degree to which international financial markets affect governments' policy choices.
It provides empirical evidence as to whether financial globalization creates pressures on governments of developed and developing nations to pursue similar policies and to reduce spending on social policies/5(4). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: 1.
National Governments and Global Capital: A Recasting Financial Market Influence on Government Policy: Theory and Hypotheses Financial Market Influence in Developed Nations: An Empirical Assessment. Global Capital and National Governments is concerned with how and when international financial markets determine state policy.
Conventional wisdom assumes globalization has placed steadfast constraints on state's ability to pursuit domestic agendas, even leading countries toward convergent fiscal politics/5.
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Global Capital and National Governments by Layna Mosley Global Capital and National Governments by Layna Mosley Kahler, Miles | political science quarterly ï¬ nancial market pressure and government policy change may also be more ambiguous than indicated by Mosleyâ s original model.
Governments happily use ï¬ nancial markets as. As global capital becomes ever more powerful, giant corporations are holding governments and citizens up for ransom — eliciting subsidies and tax breaks from.
This book is a colossal effort and follow-up to Piketty's last comprehensive study of inequality, "Capital in the 21st Century." Capital and Ideology is essentially a historical materialist account of the various "inequality regimes" throughout recorded world history/5(51).
Description of the global capital market 2. Gains from trade and global capital markets 3. International banking. Œ Lend to commercial businesses, other banks, governments, and/or in-dividuals Œ Buy and sell bonds and other assets Œ Some commercial banks underwrite new stocks and bonds by agreeing.
Global Capital Flows and National Policy Choices Irina Tytell (IMF) and Shang-Jin Wei (IMF, CCFR and NBER) Abstract This paper studies whether changes in global financial environment have induced governments to pursue better policies (the.
National Political and Welfare State Institutions: Annual Country Averages, – 64 Structure and Change in the Social Welfare State, – 69 Principal Variable Deﬁnitions 76 Global Capital, National Institutions, and Social Welfare Effort, – 87 Global Capital and the Welfare State, – 1 • global governance of capital PREFACE G lobalization as presently structured is corrosive of political democracy and specifically of the ability of citizens and national governments to harness a market economy for a broad public good.
This tilt, from democracy to often predatory capitalism, operates along several dimensions. Stephen B. Kaplan of the Wilson Center’s Latin American Program, has completed an article entitled the Rise of Patient Capital: The Political Economy of Chinese Global Finance, which is currently under peer review and featured in GW's Institute for International Economic Policy's (IIEP) working paper paper examines China's economic expansion into the.
TY - BOOK. T1 - Global capital, national state, and the politics of money. AU - Bonefeld, W. AU - Holloway, J. PY - Y1 - M3 - Book. SN. Piketty closes the book by recommending that governments step in now, by adopting a global tax on wealth, to prevent soaring inequality contributing to economic or.
As I argue in my book The Globalization Paradox, expanding the scope for national governments to maintain regulatory diversity and rebuild frayed social bargains would enhance the functioning of the global economy. Instead, policy elites (and most economists) favor strengthening what is euphemistically called “global governance.”.The New Localism provides a roadmap for change that starts in the communities where most people live and work.
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