International Regimes

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Stephen D. Krasner
Cornell University Press, 1983 - Political Science - 372 pages
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In this volume, fourteen distinguished specialists in international political economy thoroughly explore the concept of international regimes—the implicit and explicit principles, norms, rules, and procedures that guide international behavior. In the first section, the authors develop several theoretical views of regimes. In the following section, the theories are applied to specific issues in international relations, including the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) and on the still-enduring postwar regimes for money and security.
  

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Contents

Words can hurt you or who Ernst B Haas
23
Grotian perspectives
61
lessons from inductive analysis Raymond F Hopkins
93
Structural perspectives
115
The demand for international regimes Robert O Keohane
141
Security regimes Robert Jervis
173
John Gerard Ruggie
195
the sources Charles Lipson
233
The GATT and the regulation of trade Jock A F May son and
273
regime dynamics and functions Mark W Zacher
315
Conclusions con and
337
Stephen D Krasner
355
Index
369
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About the author (1983)

Stephen D. Krasner is Graham H. Stuart Professor of International Relations and Senior Fellow at the Institute for International Studies at Stanford University. His publications include "Sovereignty: Organized Hypocrisy.

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