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Beyond paradigms : analytic eclecticism in the study of world politics
Analytic Eclecticism.- Eclecticism, Pragmatism, and Paradigms in International Relations.- War and Peace, Security and Insecurity.- Global Political Economy.- Order and Governance: Regional and
Why is There No NATO in Asia? Collective Identity, Regionalism, and the Origins of Multilateralism
In this paper, we explain why the U.S. government chose multilateral security arrangements in Europe and bilateral ones in Asia in the 1940s and 1950s. After reviewing the inadequacies of a number of
Analytic Eclecticism in the Study of World Politics: Reconfiguring Problems and Mechanisms across Research Traditions
This article defines, operationalizes, and illustrates the value of analytic eclecticism in the social sciences, with a focus on the fields of comparative politics and international relations.
Uncertainty, Risk, and the Financial Crisis of 2008
Abstract The distinction between uncertainty and risk, originally drawn by Frank Knight and John Maynard Keynes in the 1920s, remains fundamentally important today. In the presence of uncertainty,
The origins of bank-based and market-based financial systems. Germany, Japan, and the United States
This paper examines the historical origins of the bank-based financial systems in Germany and Japan and the market-based financial system in the US. It critically examines the “timing of
Mid-Atlantic: Sitting on the knife's sharp edge
ABSTRACT This paper responds to two issues raised in this special issue on the American school of international political economy (IPE). I react first to the assumed convergence towards an open
Japan and Asian-Pacific security: regionalization, entrenched bilateralism and incipient multilateralism
This paper traces the formal and informal aspects of Japan's robust bilateralism on issues of external and internal security and discusses a variety of embryonic multilateral arrangements that have
The Role of Theory in Comparative Politics: A Symposium
The Center of International Studies at Princeton University organized a symposium during 1993-94 on the role of theory in comparative politics. Presented here is an edited and condensed version of
Anglo-America and its Discontents : Civilizational Identities beyond West and East
1. The West as Anglo-America Peter J Katzenstein Part I 2. The Project for a New Anglo Century: Race, Space and Global Order Duncan Bell 3. Anglo-America as a Global Suburbia: The Political Economy