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An anticlassical political-economic analysis : a vision for the next century

Author: Yasusuke Murakami
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 1996.
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In his final work, one that distills decades of research and thought, a distinguished economic thinker turned social scientist and philosopher confronts three crucial questions facing the world at the end of the century: How and in what form can a harmonious and stable post-cold war world order be created? How can the world maintain the economic performance necessary for the well-being of people while minimizing
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Yasusuke Murakami
ISBN: 0804726469 9780804726467 0804735190 9780804735193
OCLC Number: 33818723
Description: xxix, 476 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: On progress --
Nationalism and transnationalism --
The theory of hegemonic stability: a compromise between economic liberalism and nationalism --
The demise of the classical belief --
An economics of decreasing cost --
Developmentalism as a system --
The increasing complexity of the international economy --
A scenario for a new international system: the rules for polymorphic liberalism --
Developmentalism, heterogeneity, and parliamentary politics --
Understanding "understanding."
Other Titles: Han koten no seiji keizaigaku.
Responsibility: Yasusuke Murakami ; translated with an introduction by Kozo Yamamura.
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