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Capital Rules: The Construction of Global Finance
The rise of global financial markets in the last decades of the 20th Century was premised on one fundamental idea: that capital ought to flow across country borders with minimal restriction andExpand
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Managed globalization: doctrine, practice and promise
Two alternate visions for shaping and explaining the governance of economic globalization have been in competition for the past 20 years: an ad hoc, laissez-faire vision promoted by the United StatesExpand
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Writing the rules of global finance: France, Europe, and capital liberalization
ABSTRACT Why were capital controls orthodox in 1944, but heretical in 1997? The scholarly literature, following the conventional wisdom, focuses on the role of the United States in promoting capitalExpand
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The profits of power: Commerce and realpolitik in Eurasia
ABSTRACT Although the energy trade is the single most important element of nearly all European countries’ relations with Russia, Europe has been divided by both worldview and practice. Why, in theExpand
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Sovereign Wealth in Abu Dhabi
By the turn of the century, oil had already made the tiny emirate of Abu Dhabi rich beyond anyone's wildest dreams. A sovereign wealth fund, the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), has investedExpand
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Where Oil-Rich Nations Are Placing Their Bets
Gulf countries are investing staggering sums in reshaping the world's financial systems and industries - and themselves.
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Contested currency: Russia's rouble in domestic and international politics
The 1990s were a difficult decade for the rouble, the Soviet currency that in 1991 became the common currency for all 15 post-Soviet states, and by 1995 had become Russia’s currency alone. WithinExpand
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Constructing the International Economy
The world is, as they say, complicated. The world economy is especially so. Unpredicted events often infl uence markets in improbable ways. Individuals and organizations—fi rms, governments—surpriseExpand
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