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47/99: Global Governance and the Public Domain: Collective Goods in a'Post-Washington Consensus' Era
Nicola Phillips and Richard Higgott
46/99: Environmental Considerations in a New Multilateral Agricultural Negotiation, and Associated Developing Country Implications
John Whalley
45/99: Understanding the Welfare Implications of Preferential Trade Agreements
Ayhan Kose and Raymond Riezman
44/99: Can Bilateral Trade Agreements Help Induce Free Trade?
Raymond Riezman
43/99: Trade Shocks and Macroeconomic Fluctuations in Africa
Ayhan Kose and Raymond Riezman
42/99: Approaching the Global Polity
Morten Ougaard
41/99: Foreign direct investment and wage bargaining
Robin Naylor and Michele Santoni
40/99: Endogenous determination of trade regime and bargaining outcome
Robin Naylor
39/99: Localism in Thailand: a study of globalisation and its discontents
Kevin Hewison
38/99: Decentralisation, Globalisation and the "Creation" of Trans-National Economic Regions in the People’s Republic of China
Shaun Breslin
37/99: When and Why do Domestic Respondents Oppose AD Petitions
James Cassing and Ted To
36/99: Developing Countries in the Global Economy: A Forward Looking View
John Whalley
35/99: Sovereign Liquidity Crisis: The Strategic Case for a Payments Standstill
Marcus Miller and Lei Zhang
34/99: The Choice of Structural Model in Trade-Wages Decompositions
Lisandro Abrego and John Whalley
33/99: Capital Market Risk and the Dynamics of the Income Distribution
Martin Cripps
32/99: Globalisation, Adjustment and the Structural Transformation of African Economies?: The Role of International Financial Institutions
Howard Stein
31/99: Global Civil Society: Changing the World?
Jan Aart Scholte
30/99: Special and Differential Treatment in the Millennium Round
John Whalley
29/99: Justice Unbound? Globalisation, States and the Transformation of the Social Bond
Richard Devetak and Richard Higgott
28/99: Gradualism and Irreversibility
Ben Lockwood and Jonathan Thomas
27/99: Trade and Environment: Bargaining Outcomes from Linked Negotiations
Lisandro Abrego, Carlo Perroni, John Whalley and Randall Wigle
25/99: Building Poor Countries' Trade Capacity
John Whalley
24/99: Japanese Policy and the East Asian Currency Crisis: Abject Defeat or Quiet Victory?
Christopher W. Hughes
23/99: Globalization: Is There Anything to Fear?
Daniel Drache
22/99: The Limits of Global Liberalisation: Lessons from Asia and Latin America
Richard Higgott and Nicola Phillips
21/98: Miraculous or Mired? Contrasting Japanese and American Perspectives on Japan's Current Economic Problems
Simon Reich
20/98: Engendered Development in a Global Age? Downloads
Shirin Rai
19/98: Made in China?: The Growth of Chinese Trade
Shaun Breslin
18/98: What Theory? The Theory in Mad Money
Susan Strange
17/98: The US and ASEM: Why The Hegemon didn't Bark America
Davis B. Bobrow
16/98: Globalisation and the "Paradox of State Power": Perspective from Latin America
Nicola Phillips
15/98: Crises in Asia or Crisis of Globalisation?
Heribert Dieter
14/98: The WTO and Civil Society
Jan Aart Scholte, Robert O'Brien and Marc Williams
13/98: Textiles Beyond the MFA Phase-Out
Dean Spinanger
12/98: Outsourcing and Low-Skilled Workers in the UK
Bob Anderton and Paul Brenton
11/98: Financial Crisis in East Asia: Bank Runs, Asset Bubbles and Antidotes
Marcus Miller and Pongsak Luangaram
10/98: Distributive Politics and the Benefits of Decentralisation
Ben Lockwood
09/98: Free-Riding, Carbon Treaties and Trade Wars: the Role of Domestic Environmental Policies
Lisandro Abrego and Carlo Perroni
08/98: Globalization, Comparative Political Economy and the Economic Policies of the Blair Government
Wyn Grant
07/98: Dynamics and Discriminatory Import Policy
Ted To
06/98: Power Relations in the IMF: A Study of the Political Economy of A Priori Voting Power Using the Theory of Simple Games
Dennis Leech
05/98: Asset Bubbles, Domino Effects and 'Lifeboats': Elements of the East Asian Crisis
Hali Edison, Pongsak Luangaram and Marcus Miller
04/98: No Credit for Transition:Efficiency Wages, the Maastricht Treaty and German Unemployment
Edward Driffill and Marcus Miller
03/98: The Division and Size of Gains from Liberalization in Service Networks
Keshab Bhattarai and John Whalley
02/98: The Politics of Economic Crisis in East Asia: Some Longer Term Implications
Richard Higgott
01/98: Globalisation and Sites of Conflict: Towards Definition and Taxonomy
Richard Higgott and Simon Reich
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