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International economic policy : was there a Bush doctrine?

著者: Barry J Eichengreen; Douglas A Irwin; National Bureau of Economic Research.
出版商: Cambridge, Mass. : National Bureau of Economic Research, 2008.
丛书: Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research), no. 13831.
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While many political scientists and diplomatic historians see the Bush presidency as a distinctive epoch in American foreign policy, we argue that there was no Bush Doctrine in foreign economic policy. The Bush administration sought to advance a free trade agenda but could not avoid the use of protectionist measures at home -- just like its predecessors. It foreswore bailouts of financially-distressed developing  再读一些...
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提及的人: George W Bush
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所有的著者/提供者: Barry J Eichengreen; Douglas A Irwin; National Bureau of Economic Research.
OCLC号码: 213272082
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丛书名: Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research), no. 13831.
责任: Barry Eichengreen, Douglas A. Irwin.

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While many political scientists and diplomatic historians see the Bush presidency as a distinctive epoch in American foreign policy, we argue that there was no Bush Doctrine in foreign economic policy. The Bush administration sought to advance a free trade agenda but could not avoid the use of protectionist measures at home -- just like its predecessors. It foreswore bailouts of financially-distressed developing countries yet ultimately yielded to the perceived necessity of lending assistance -- just like its predecessors. Not unlike previous presidents, President Bush also maintained a stance of benign neglect toward the country's current account deficit. These continuities reflect long-standing structures and deeply embedded interests that the administration found impossible to resist. We see the next administration as having to address many of the same problems subject to the same constraints. The trade policy agenda will evolve slowly, with questions about the viability of multilateral liberalization under the WTO and the degree to which labor and environmental conditions can be included in trade agreements. Policy toward China will continue to confront difficult choices: even if it succeeds in pressuring the country to reduce its accumulation of dollar reserves, thereby easing the current account imbalance with the United States, this may only imply a more difficult market for U.S. Treasury debt and higher interest rates at home. Continuity will therefore remain the rule.

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