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International Trade and Political Conflict: Commerce, Coalitions, and Mobility

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Titel: International Trade and Political Conflict: Commerce, Coalitions, and Mobility
Autor/en: Michael J. Hiscox

ISBN: 0691088551
EAN: 9780691088556
Sprache: Englisch.

August 2002 - kartoniert - 209 Seiten

"Where others have only speculated about the extent and effects of factor mobility on trade conflicts and policies, or have offered only specific and partial assessments, Michael Hiscox--in a series of pathbreaking articles, and now in this culminating book--covers almost the entire waterfront. First offering an overview of historical changes in factor mobility, and in conflicts over trade policy, in six major nations, he then presents a detailed and historically astute case study of each of the six. Finally, and trumping virtually all previous work by Americanists, Hiscox magisterially surveys the U.S. case from 1824 to the present: changes in U.S. factor mobility, in American trade-policy coalitions, and in Congressional roll-call votes. The result is both an impressive verification of the essential Stolper-Samuelson insight (that trade divisions follow class lines only when factors are mobile) and a neat illumination of formerly opaque mysteries about domestic political conflicts."--Ronald Rogowski, University of California, Los Angeles, author of "Commerce and Coalitions: How Trade Affects Domestic Political Alignments""Michael Hiscox's book proposes an extraordinarily intuitive yet powerful solution to the debate over what drives the politics of international trade--that whether class or industry rules trade politics depends on the cost of shifting uses (i.e. industries) for one's productive assets. I have absolutely no doubt that his solution will quickly become the textbook approach to the problem. But the contribution is much greater than that. Namely, Hiscox provides an enormously valuable and comprehensive multimethod test of the theory, using multiple countries and timeperiods, going far beyond all empirical work previously conducted on the subject."--Eric Reinhardt, Emory University
LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES ix PREFACE AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xiii PART I: TRADE THEORY, FACTOR MOBILITY, AND POLITICAL CONFLICT 1 CHAPTER ONE: Trade, Distribution, and Factor Mobility 3 CHAPTER TWO: Historical Patterns in Mobility: Evidence from Six Nations 12 CHAPTER THREE: Coalitions in Trade Politics: Parties, Peak Associations, and Groups 35 PART II: POLITICAL CONFLICT IN SIX NATIONS OVER TRADE 43 CHAPTER FOUR: The United States 45 CHAPTER FIVE: Britain 71 CHAPTER SIX: France 83 CHAPTER SEVEN: Sweden 96 CHAPTER EIGHT: Canada 104 CHAPTER NINE: Australia 114 CHAPTER TEN: Lessons from the Case Studies 128 PART III: CONFLICT IN THE U.S. CONGRESS OVER TRADE 131 CHAPTER ELEVEN: Historical Changes in Coalitions 133 CHAPTER TWELVE: Quantitative Analysis of Voting on Major Trade Legislation-1824 to 1994 145 PART IV: CONCLUSION 159 CHAPTER THIRTEEN: Conclusions, Qualifications, and Implications 161 APPENDIXES 165 A Mathematical Appendix to Chapter 1 167 B Data and Sources for Chapter 2 171 C Data and Sources for Chapters 11 and 12 176 BIBLIOGRAPHY 185 INDEX 201
Michael J. Hiscox is the John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Social Sciences at Harvard University. This book is based on his dissertation, done at Harvard University, which was awarded the Helen Dwight Reid Prize for Best Dissertation in International Relations by the American Political Science Association in 1997.
Co-Winner of the 2003 William H. Riker Book Award

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