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Coffee is traded in one of the few international markets ever subject to effective political regulation. In Open-Economy Politics, Robert Bates explores the origins, the operations, and the collapse of the International Coffee Organization, an international "government of coffee" that was formed in the 1960s. In so doing, he addresses key issues in international political economy and comparative politics, and analyzes the creation of political institutions and their impact on markets. Drawing upon field work in East Africa, Colombia, and Brazil, Bates explores the domestic sources of international politics within a unique theoretical framework that blends game theoretic and more established approaches to the study of politics.
The book will appeal to those interested in international political economy, comparative politics, and the political economy of development, especially in Latin America and Africa, and to readers wanting to learn more about the economic and political realities that underlie the coffee market. It is also must reading for those interested in "the new institutionalism" and modern political economy.
"Open-Economy Politics offers a brilliant, subtle, nuanced examination that will stimulate discussion and set an agenda for further research in comparative politics, international relations, and the growing interface between the two. Robert Bates addresses--with more empirical detail than anyone I know--how domestic institutions and alignments matter, what sustains or undermines international regimes, and when and how hegemons affect both."--Ronald Rogowski, University of California, Los Angeles
"A marvelous story told in depth, woven with a dazzling array of data. Robert Bates sets out to span the international/domestic analytic divide in political science in a 'search for a framework for research into the politics of open economies.' He explores a wide variety of theoretical approaches to international political economy and advances, compellingly, his preferred approach: neo-institutionism. This book will be widely read."--D. Michael Shafer, Rutgers University
Buchbeschreibung Princeton Univ Press, 1997. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Good. No Jacket. price stamp ffep. remainder mark/stamp foot of gatherings. stickers, sticker residue on boards. some highlights/underlines. binding tight. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 048340
Buchbeschreibung Princeton University Press. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Fine. 0691026556 Princeton University Press hardcover w/dust jacket, 1997, 1st edition, unused, No marks/tears or creases, slight surface wear only.as New/Fine (like new).New mylar cover, bubble-wrapped and mailed in a Box w/delivery confirmation. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 60873
Buchbeschreibung Princeton University Press, 1996. Hardcover. Buchzustand: New. Hardcover and dust jacket. Good binding and cover. Clean, unmarked pages. xvii, 221 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cmContents: 1. Introduction --2. Brazil as Market Maker --3. Colombia's Entry --4. The Demand for an Institution: The Producers Maneuver --5. The Supply of an Institution: United States' Entry --6. The Functioning of an Institution: The International Coffee Organization --7. Conclusion. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 1510090054
Buchbeschreibung Princeton University Press, 1996. Hardcover. Buchzustand: Very Good. Buchnummer des Verkäufers P020691026556
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