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From Traditional To Group Hegemony: The G7, The Liberal Economic Order And The Core-Periphery Gap (The G8 And Global Governance) download epub

by Alison Bailin


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Developing a new theory of hegemony, called group hegemony, the author explains how a few wealthy countries maintain .

The G7 also supplies resources, such as large markets, foreign investment, and funding for international institutions.

Developing a new theory of hegemony, called group hegemony, the author explains how a few wealthy countries maintain .

Contents: Introduction: group hegemony; The group hegemon; Too many CEOs in the boardroom?; Maintaining the status quo; Integration and the gap; The downfall of group hegemony; Appendix A; References; Index.

eBook Rental from £1. 0. Routledge Published November 29, 2017 Reference - 194 Pages ISBN 9780815389118 - CAT K344463. eBooks are subject to VAT, which is applied during the checkout process. Contents: Introduction: group hegemony; The group hegemon; Too many CEOs in the boardroom?; Maintaining the status quo; Integration and the gap; The downfall of group hegemony; Appendix A; References; Index. Recommend to Librarian.

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The book includes an extensive bibliography on the G20, G8/G20 reform, and issues of concern to the G20.

Periphery Gap (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005), pp. 56–76. The book includes an extensive bibliography on the G20, G8/G20 reform, and issues of concern to the G20.

From Traditional to Institutionalized Hegemony. Alison Bailin As a group of countries, the G7 members are willing and able to furnish liquidity, manage exchange rates, provide large open markets and supply. created smaller steering groups, notably the Interim Committee for the IMF and the Development Committee for the World Bank, but they were still too large and too heterogeneous to play an effective leadership role. As a group of countries, the G7 members are willing and able to furnish liquidity, manage exchange rates, provide large open markets and supply foreign investment.

Developing a new theory of hegemony, called group hegemony, the author explains how a few wealthy countries maintain the liberal economic order and how this helps to sustain the economic disparity between the core and the periphery in the post-World War II era. The theory proposes that the G7 acts as a global government of last resort - a crisis manager - when other institutions prove inadequate to sustain the world order. The G7 also supplies resources, such as large markets, foreign investment, and funding for international institutions. These goods serve to entice the majority of countries to participate in and abide by the rules governing the world economic order without changing the systemic distribution of power. The volume develops a theoretical analysis of the G7's significance in international relations. It explains how the G7 countries collaborate to perpetuate the economic order and impart an institutional stability to an inequitable system.
From Traditional To Group Hegemony: The G7, The Liberal Economic Order And The Core-Periphery Gap (The G8 And Global Governance) download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Alison Bailin
ISBN: 0754619796
Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Ashgate Pub Ltd (February 1, 2005)
Pages: 182 pages