Making global markets: Historical institutionalism in international political economy

@article{Farrell2010MakingGM,
  title={Making global markets: Historical institutionalism in international political economy},
  author={Henry Farrell and Abraham L. Newman},
  journal={Review of International Political Economy},
  year={2010},
  volume={17},
  pages={609 - 638}
}
ABSTRACT As dramatically evidenced by the global financial crisis, the interaction of domestic regulatory systems has significant international consequences. Nevertheless, these relationships have received only limited attention from international relations scholars. This special issue, therefore, provides a detailed examination of international market regulation – the processes through which the domestic regulatory activities of states and other actors set the effective rules of… 
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