Decompensating domestically: the political economy of anti-globalism

  title={Decompensating domestically: the political economy of anti-globalism},
  author={J. Bisbee and Layna Mosley and Thomas B. Pepinsky and B. Rosendorff},
  journal={Journal of European Public Policy},
  pages={1090 - 1102}
  • J. Bisbee, Layna Mosley, +1 author B. Rosendorff
  • Published 2020
  • Political Science
  • Journal of European Public Policy
  • ABSTRACT The rise of populism across advanced industrial countries presents a challenge to the institutions and norms that make up the current global order and threatens to undo the global system that has enabled decades of free trade and investment. We outline in this paper a domestic political economy account of the contemporary crisis of the global order, rooted in disenchantment with the redistributive bargain between globalization’s winners and losers. We present individual and local-level… CONTINUE READING
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