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International Politics Seminar: Globalization Political Science W3961 section 004 Fall 2009

Day & Time: Location: Instructor: Office hours: Office: Email: Monday 2:10-4:00pm IAB 1302 Pablo M. Pinto Mon 4-5pm; Wed 11am-12pm IAB 1331; ext. 43351 [email protected]

Description: Globalization involves the increasing integration of economic, social and political processes across international borders. Workers in Bangalore man telephones in the middle of the night to provide technical support to customers in the US and Europe. Farmers in Chiapas and college students in Nice demonstrate against the World Bank. Multinational corporations and backyard businesses clamor for greater access to markets. Governments in Asia find that they are beholden to panic by investors a world away. Assembly lines in Detroit close as new cars from Malaysia, Mexico, or Mississippi, designed in California or Milan and marketed by firms in Tokyo, Seoul, or Munich, prove cheaper, and more appealing to new consumers. The burst of asset bubbles in one country wreak havoc on financial markets across the world, leading to the current global economic meltdown with striking similarities to the Great Depression of the 1930s. These processes (or ones like them) have always been with us. However, the scale and scope of globalization creates challenges to existing political structures that are much more potent than ever before. International politics has traditionally been organized around the physical control of geography by sovereign governments. Globalization poses increasing tensions for the nation state and increasing contradictions for international politics. This course will begin to map some of the most obvious examples where sovereignty and the global society collide. Globalization defies easy definition in part because these processes are dynamic and ongoing. We will attempt to approach globalization in that light, as a work in progress, still evolving and malleable. Assignments: There are three assignments for the course: Attendance/Participation (20%) - students will be required to attend class, to do all the required readings for each week, and to take an active role in discussing the readings. I will evaluate participation as preparedness and input to discussion. Required readings for each week are marked with a bullet (·) on the reading list. You are also encouraged to look into the recommended readings, which are listed under each section with a star ( ). Presenting the Readings (30%) - students will be grouped randomly, two or three to each reading, and asked to prepare a brief (5 to 10 minutes) presentation of the reading. We will then discuss the readings in class, comparing and contrasting arguments, and also introducing other sources and points of view. Students are encouraged to introduce their own insights. A student who misses a class should submit by 10am on the next day a one-page long critical summary of the reading he or she has been assigned to prepare for that week. Final Paper (50%) - each student will prepare an independent research paper designed to focus more deeply on some topic of interest to the student and relevant to the course. The paper will 1

be prepared in three stages. First, at about the fourth week of classes, each student will submit a proposal. The proposal should contain a research question, proposed (tentative) explanation, and a preliminary list of relevant sources. The proposal must be submitted on time. Those who fail to submit by the due date will receive a zero for 5% of their final grade. Second, a draft of the paper should be submitted on December 7 at the beginning of class. This should be a complete paper. I will provide feedback on the draft paper, with instructions for revisions due in the final draft. Again, failure to submit the draft paper on time will result in the student receiving a zero for 5% of the final course grade. Finally, the completed paper, worth 30% of the course grade, will be submitted in hard copy by noon on Friday December 18 2009. Readings: The following books are available for purchase at Book Culture Bookstore (536 West 112th Street): · John Barton et al.. The Evolution of the Trade Regime. Princeton University Press, 2006. · Jagdish Bhagwati. In Defense of Globalization. Oxford University Press, 2004. · Samuel P. Huntington et al.. Clash of Civilizations: The Debate. Norton & Company, 1996. · Dani Rodrik. One Economics, Many Recipes. Princeton University Press, 2006. · Joseph E. Stiglitz. Globalization and Its Discontents. Norton & Company, 2003. · Michael Weinstein, ed. Globalization. What's New? Columbia University Press, 2005. The rest of the readings are on reserve at Lehman Library, except for web articles -which can be downloaded from the original source- and Journal articles -which are available through Columbia's Libraries Online Catalog (using E-Journal services such as JSTOR, Ingenta, EBSCO, etc.). Note that several of the readings are reprinted in Jeffry Frieden and David Lake, editors. International Political Economy. Perspectives on Global Power and Wealth, Fourth Edition, Wadsworth, 2000. This book is optional (also available at Book Culture). Because globalization is ongoing, students are also expected to stay informed about current events egarding globalization using one or more of the following sources: The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, and/or The Economist. Announcements: You should check Courseworks periodically for announcements regarding this seminar.

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Outline and Weekly Reading List:

September 14 - Introduction: What is Globalization? Required Readings: · Keohane, Robert and Joseph Nye (2000). "Globalization: What's New? What's Not? (And So What?)" Foreign Policy Vol. 118 (Spring 2000), pp. 104-120. · Rodrik, Dani (1997). "Sense and Nonsense in the Globalization Debate." Foreign Policy Vol. 107 (Summer 1997), pp. 19-37. (reproduced in Frieden & Lake) · Stiglitz, Joseph (2002). "Globalization and its Discontents." New York: Norton. Chapter 1. · Bhagwati, Jagdish (2004). "In Defense of Globalization." New York: Oxford University Press. Chapter 1. Recommended Readings: Crook, Clive, Gerardo della Paolera, Niall Ferguson, Anne O. Krueger and Ronald Rogowski (2003). "Globalization in Interdisciplinary Perspective." In Michael D. Bordo, Alan M. Taylor and Jeffrey G. Williamson, editors, Globalization in Historical Perspectives. Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press and NBER (pp. 549-569). Rosenberg, Tina (2002). "The Free Trade Fix." New York Times Sunday Magazine. August 18, 2002 Sklair, Leslie (1999). "Competing Conceptions of Globalization." Journal of World-Systems Research Vol. 5, No. 2 (Spring 1999), pp. 143-163. Sachs, Jeffrey (1998). "International Economics: Unlocking the Mysteries of Globalization." Foreign Policy Vol. 110 (Special Edition: Frontiers of Knowledge, Spring, 1998), pp. 97-111. September 21 - Winners and Losers from Globalization Required Readings: · Williamson, Jeffrey G. (2002). "Winners and Losers Over Two Centuries of Globalization." NBER Working Paper, No. 9161. · Kapstein, Ethan (2000). "Winners and Losers in the Global Economy." International Organization Vol. 54 (Spring 2000), pp. 359-384. · Stiglitz, Joseph (2005). "The Overselling of Globalization." In Michael Weinstein, Globalization. What's New? New York: Columbia University Press. · Wolf, Martin (2005). "Will Globalization Survive? Third Whitman Lecture, Institute for International Economics. Link: www.iie.com/publications/papers/wolf0405.pdf Recommended Readings: Kaplinsky, Raphael (2001). "Is Globalization All It Is Cracked Up to Be?" Review of International Political Economy Vol. 8, No. 1 (Spring 2001): 45-65. Lindert, Peter & Jeffrey Williamson (2003). "Does Globalization Make the World More Unequal?" In Michael D. Bordo, Alan M. Taylor and Jeffrey G. Williamson, editors, Globalization in Historical Perspectives. Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press and NBER. Rodrik, Dani (1997). "Has Globalization Gone Too Far? Washington, DC: Institute for International Economics. Bradford, Scott and Robert Z. Lawrence (2004). "Has Globalization Gone Far Enough? The Costs of Fragmented Markets. Washington, DC: Institute for International Economics. September 28 - History I: Evolution of the World Economy Required Readings: · Garrett, Geoffrey (2000). "The Causes of Globalization." Comparative Political Studies, Vol. 3

33. No. 6/7, pp. 941-991. · Frankel, Jeffrey (2000). "Globalization of the Economy." In Joseph S. Nye and John D. Donahue, eds. Governance in a Globalizing World. Washington, DC: Brookings Press. · Bordo, Michael, Barry Eichengreen, and Douglas Irwin (1999). "Is Globalization Today Really Different than Globalization a Hundred Years Ago?" NBER Working Paper No. 7195. · Irwin, Douglas (2005). "Trade and Globalization." In Michael Weinstein, editor. Globalization. What's New? New York, NY: Columbia University Press. Recommended Readings: Frieden, Jeffry A. (2006). "Global Capitalism: Its Fall and Rise in the Twentieth Century." New York: Norton. Dowrick, Steve, and J. Bradford DeLong (2003). "Globalization and Convergence." In Michael D. Bordo, Alan M. Taylor and Jeffrey G. Williamson, editors, Globalization in Historical Perspectives. Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press and NBER. Findlay, Ronald, and Kevin H. O'Rourke (2003). "Commodity Market Integration, 15002000." In Michael D. Bordo, Alan M. Taylor and Jeffrey G. Williamson, editors, Globalization in Historical Perspectives. Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press and NBER. Gourevitch, Peter Alexis (1984). "Breaking with Orthodoxy: The Politics of Economic Policy Responses to the Depression of the 1930s. International Organization 38-1:95-129. Hiscox, Michael J. (2002). International Trade and Political Conflict: Commerce, Coalitions, and Mobility. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Kindleberger, Charles P. (1975). "The Rise of Free Trade in Western Europe." Journal of Economic History Vol. 35, No. 1 (1975), pp. 20-55. (reproduced in Frieden & Lake) O'Rourke, Kevin and Jeffrey G. Williamson (2000). "Globalization and History. The Evolution of a Nineteenth-Century Atlantic Economy." Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Chapter 2: Convergence in History. Grieco, Joseph M. and John Ikenberry (2003). "State Power and World Markets. The International Political Economy. New York, NY: Norton. Chapters 1 (Introduction), 2 (The economics of International Trade) and 3 (The Economics of International Money and Finance). Polanyi, Karl (1944). " The Great Transformation: The Political and Economic Origins of Our Time. Boston, MA: Beacon Press. Rogowski, R. (1989). Commerce and Coalitions: How Trade Affects Domestic Political Alignments. Princeton: Princeton University Press. October 5 - History II: Colonialism, Structuralism and Dependency Required Readings: · Cohen, Benjamin (1973). "The Question of Imperialism. The Political Economy of Dominance and Dependence. New York: Basic Books. Chap. 2 · Lenin, Vladimir. "Selections from Imperialism." In Frieden and Lake, 2nd ed. · Moran, Theodore (1978). "Multinational Corporations and Dependency." International Organization Vol. 32, pp. 79-100. · Frieden, Jeffry A. (1994). "International Investment and Colonial Control: A New Interpretation." International Organization Vol. 48, No. 4, pp. 559-93. (reproduced in Frieden & Lake) Recommended Readings: Cardoso, Fernando H., and Henzo Faletto (1979). "Dependency and development in Latin America." Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

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Evans, Peter (1978). "Dependent Development: The Alliance of Multinational, State and Local Capital in Brazil. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Hobson, John A. (1902). "The Scientific Basis of Imperialism." Political Science Quarterly, Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. 460-489. Hobson, John A. (1902). Imperialism. London: Allen and Unwin. Kautsky, Karl. (1914). "Imperialism and the War." International Socialist Review, Vol. 15, No. 5, pp. 282-286. Vernon, Raymond (1971). "Sovereignty at bay; the multinational spread of U.S. enterprises. New York, N.Y.: Basic Books. October 12 - Economics I: Globalization, Wages and Inequality Required Readings: · Freeman, Richard B. (1995). "Are Your Wages Set in Beijing?" Journal of Economic Perspectives Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 15-32. (reproduced in Frieden & Lake) · Slaughter, Matthew J. (1999). "Globalization and Wages: A Tale of Two Perspectives." The World Economy Vol. 22, No. 5, pp. 609-630. · Wood, Adrian (1995). "How Trade Hurt Unskilled Workers." Journal of Economic Perspectives Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 57-80 · Bhagwati, Jagdish (2004). "In Defense of Globalization." New York: Oxford University Press. Chapter 10. · Dollar, David (2005). "Globalization, Poverty and Inequality." In Michael Weinstein, editor, Globalization. What's New? New York: Columbia University Press. · Haas, Peter M, John A. Hird, and Beth McBratney, editors (2010). "Controversies in Globalization. Contending Approaches to International Relations." Washington, DC: CQ Press. Chapter 2: Trade and Equality: Does Free Trade Promote Economic Equality? (pp. 39-67) Recommended Readings: Bhagwati, Jagdish (1995). "Trade and Wages: Choosing Among Alternative Explanations." FRBNY Economic Policy Review / January 1995. Hanson, Gordon H. (2004). "What Has Happened to Wages in Mexico since NAFTA? Implications for Hemispheric Free Trade." In Estevadeordal, Antoni, Dani Rodrik, Alan M. Taylor, and Andrés Velasco, editors, Integrating the Americas. FTAA and Beyond, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Goldberg, Pinelopi K. and Nina Pavcnik (2007). "Distributional Effects of Globalization in Developing Countries." Journal of Economic Literature, Vol. 45 (March 2007), pp. 39-82. Lawrence, Robert Z. and Matthew Slaughter (1993). "International Trade and American Wages in the 1980s: Giant Sucking Sound or Small Hiccup?" Brookings Papers on Economic Activity - Microeconomics 1993, No. 2, pp. 162-226. Pritchett, Lant (1997). "Divergence, Big Time." Journal of Economic Perspectives Vol. 11, No. 3 (Summer 1997), pp. 3-17. Sala-i-Martin, Xavier (2002). "The Disturbing `Rise' of Global Income Inequality." NBER Working Paper, No. 8904. Sala-i-Martin, Xavier (2006). "The World Distribution of Income: Falling Poverty and ... Convergence, Period." Quarterly Journal of Economics (May 2006): 351-397. Verhoogen, Eric A. (2008). "Trade, Quality Upgrading, and Wage Inequality in the Mexican Manufacturing Sector." Quarterly Journal of Economics, Vol. 123, No. 2 (May 2008), pp. 489-530. Williamson, Jeffrey A. (1997). "Globalization and Inequality, Past and Present." World Bank 5

Research Observer Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 117-35. (reproduced in Frieden & Lake). Wood, Adrian (1994). "North South Trade: Employment and Inequality, Oxford: Clarendon (Chapters 1-4). October 19 - Economics II: Migration and Labor Standards Economics II: A) Causes and Consequences of Migration Required Readings: · Borjas, George (2005). "Globalization and Immigration." In Michael Weinstein, editor. Globalization. What's New? New York, Columbia University Press. · Chiswick, Barry R. and Timothy J. Hatton (2003). "International Migration and the Integration of Labor Markets." In Michael D. Bordo, Alan M. Taylor and Jeffrey G. Williamson, editors, Globalization in Historical Perspectives. Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press and NBER. · Haas, Peter M, John A. Hird, and Beth McBratney, editors (2010). "Controversies in Globalization. Contending Approaches to International Relations." Washington, DC: CQ Press. Chapter 12: Immigration: Should countries liberalize immigration policies? (pp. 299-330). Recommended Readings: Lowenstein, Roger (2006). "The Immigration Equation." The New York Times Sunday Magazine, July 9, 2006. Borjas, George (2000). "Economic Research and the Debate over Immigration Policy." In Alan Deardorff and Robert Stern (eds), Social Dimensions of U.S. Trade Politics. Ann Arbor MI: University of Michigan Press. Davis, Donald R. and David E. Weinstein (2002). "Technological Superiority and the Losses from Migration." NBER Working Paper, No. 8971. Friedberg, Rachel and Jennifer Hunt (1995). "The Impact of immigrants on Host Country Wages, Employment, and Growth." Journal of Economic Perspectives Vol. 9, No. 2. Hanson, Gordon H., Kenneth F. Scheve, Matthew Slaughter (2007). "Public Finance and Individual Preferences over Globalization Strategies." Economics & Politics Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 1-33. Kapstein, Ethan B. (2006). "Economic Justice in an Unfair World. Toward a Level Playing Field. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Chapter 4: Justice in Migration and Labor) O'Rourke, Kevin and Jeffrey G. Williamson (2000). "Globalization and History. The Evolution of a Nineteenth-Century Atlantic Economy." Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. October 19 - Economics II: Migration and Labor Standards (cont.) Economics II: B) Labor Standards Required Readings: · Rodrik, Dani (1997). "Has Globalization Gone Too Far? Washington, DC: Institute for International Economics. Chapter 2. · Klein, Naomi (2000). "No Logo: Taking Aim at the Brand Bullies. New York: Picador, 2000. Chapters 9 and 14. · Spar, Deborah (1998). "The Spotlight and the Bottom Line: How Multinationals Export Human Rights." Foreign Affairs Vol. 77 (March/April 1998), pp. 7-12. Recommended Readings: Elliott, Kimberly Ann, and Richard B. Freeman (2003). "Can Labor Standards Improve Under Globalization? Washington, DC: Institute for International Economics.

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Estevez-Abe, Margarita, Richard Freeman, Michael Hiscox and Robert Lawrence. "The Politics of Globalization: How Firms and Workers Respond to International Market Forces." ND manuscript Hiscox, Michael and Nick Smyth (2006). "Is there a Demand for Labor Standards? Evidence from Field Experiments in Social Labeling. ND manuscript Mosley, Layna and Saika Uno (2006). "Racing to the Bottom or Climbing to the Top? Economic Globalization and Collective Labor Rights." Comparative Political Studies Vol. 40, No. 8, pp. 923-948. Spar, Debora and Lane La Mure (2003). "The Power of Persuasion: Assessing Firm Response to NGO Activism." California Management Review. Vol. 45, No. 3 (Spring 2003), pp. 78-101. October 26 - Economics III: Multinational Corporations and Outsourcing Required Readings: · Bhagwati, Jagdish (2004). "In Defense of Globalization." New York: Oxford University Press. Chapter 12. · Loungani, Prakash and Razim Assaf (2001). "How Beneficial Is Foreign Direct Investment for Developing Countries?" Finance & Development Vol. 38, No. 2(June 2001), pp. 6-9. · Moran, Theodore H. (1999). "Foreign Direct Investment and Good Jobs/Bad Jobs: The Impact of Outward Investment and Inward Investment on Jobs and Wages." In Albert Fishlow and Karen Parker, editors, Growing Apart. The Causes and Consequences of Global Wage Inequality. New York, NY: Council on Foreign Relations Press. · Samuelson, Paul (2004). "Where Ricardo and Mill Rebut and Confirm Arguments of Mainstream Economists Supporting Globalization." Journal of Economic Perspectives Vol. 18, No. 3 (Summer 2004), pp. 135-146. · Bhagwati, Jagdish, Arvind Panagariya, and T.N. Srinivasan (2004). "The Muddles over Outsourcing." Journal of Economic Perspectives Vol. 18, No. 4 (Fall 2004), pp. 93-114. Recommended Readings: Caves, Richard (1996). Multinational Enterprise and Economic Analysis, 2nd Edition, Cambridge University Press. Chapters 1 & 2. (reproduced in Frieden & Lake) Choi, Minsik (2006). "Threat Effects of Capital Mobility on Wage Bargaining." In Pranab Bardhan, Samuel Bowles and Michael Wallerstein, eds. Globalization and Egalitarian Redistribution. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University. Fieldhouse, David (1986). "A New Imperial System? The Role of Multinational Corporations Reconsidered." Reprinted in Jeffry Frieden and David Lake, editors, International Political Economy. Chapter 11 . Graham, Edward M. (2000). "Fighting the Wrong Enemy: Antiglobal Activists and Multinational Enterprises." Washington, DC: Institute for International Economics. Guillen, Mauro F. (2000). "Organized labor's images of multinational enterprise: Divergent foreign investment ideologies in Argentina, South Korea, and Spain." Industrial & Labor Relations Review Vol. 53, No. 3, pp. 419-442. Jensen, Nathan (2003). "Democratic Governance and Multinational Corporations: Political Regimes and Inflows of Foreign Direct Investment." International Organization Vol. 57, No. 3, pp. 587-616. Kapstein, Ethan B. (2006). "Economic Justice in an Unfair World. Toward a Level Playing Field." Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Chapter 5: Harnessing Investmtent. Li, Quan and Adam Resnick (2003). "Reversal of Fortunes: Democracy, Property Rights and Foreign Direct Investment Inflows in Developing Countries." International Organization Vol. 7

57, No. 1, pp. 1-37. Markusen, James R. (1995). "The Boundaries of Multinational Enterprises and the Theory of International Trade." Journal of Economic Perspectives Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 169-189. Pinto, Pablo M., and Santiago M. Pinto (2008). "The Politics of Investment: Partisanship and the Sectoral Allocation of Foreign Direct Investment." Economics & Politics, Vol. 20, No. 2 (June 2008), 216-254. Tarzi, Shah M. (2001). "Third World Governments and Multinational Corporations: Dynamics of Host's Bargaining Power." International Relations Vol. X, No. 3 (May 1991), pp.237-249. (reproduced in Frieden & Lake) November 2 - No Class - University Holiday November 9 - Economics IV: Finance, Exchange Rates and Monetary Relations Required Readings: · Frieden, Jeffry (1994). "Exchange Rate Politics." Review of International Political Economy, Vol. 1, No. 1 (1994), pp 81-98." (reproduced in Frieden & Lake). · Cohen, Benjamin (1993). "The Triad and the Unholy Trinity: Problems of International Monetary Cooperation." Reprinted in Jeffry Frieden and David Lake, editors, International Political Economy. Chapter 15. · Bhagwati, Jagdish (1998). "The Capital Myth." Foreign Affairs Vol. 77, No. 3 (May/June 1998), pp. 7-12. · Calomiris, Charles (2005). "Capital Flows, Financial Crises and Public Policy." In Michael Weinstein, editor, Globalization. What's New? New York: Columbia University Press. · James, Harold (2009). "The Making of a Mess: Who Broke Global Finance, and Who Should Pay for It?" Foreign Affairs Vol. 88 (Jan/Feb 2009), No. 1; pg. 162-68. · Eichengreen, Barry (2009). "The Dollar Dilemma. The world's top currency faces competition." Foreign Affairs Volume 88 (September/October 2009), No. 5, pp. 59-68. · Krugman, Paul (2009). "How Did Economists Get It So Wrong?" New York Times Sunday Magazine. September 6, 2009. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/09/06/magazine/06Economic-t. html? Recommended Readings: Eichengreen, Barry (1996). "Globalizing Capital. A History of the International Monetary System" Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Eichengreen, Barry (2002). "Financial Crises and What to Do About Them." New York: Oxford University Press. (Selection: 51-71; 135-156). Felton, Andrew and Carmen M. Reinhart, editors (2008). "The First Global Financial Crisis of the 21st Century." A VoxEU.org Publication. Selected sections. Link: http://www.voxeu. org/index.php?q=node/1352 Goodman, John B., and Louis W. Pauly (1993). "The Obsolescence of Capital Controls? Economic Management in an Age of Global Markets." World Politics Vol. 46, No.1 (1993), pp. 50-82." (reproduced in Frieden & Lake) Leblang, David (2003). "Devalue or Defend?" International Studies Quarterly Vol. 47, No. 4 (December 2003), pp. 533-559. Radelet, Steven and Jeffrey D. Sachs (1998). "The East Asian Financial Crisis: Diagnosis, Remedies, Prospects." Brookings Papers on Economic Activity 1:1-90. Simmons, Beth (1997). "Who Adjusts? Domestic Sources of Foreign Economic Policy during the Interwar Years. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. 8

Roubini, Nouriel and Brad Setser (2004). "Bailouts or Bail-ins? Responding to Financial Crises in Emerging Economies." Washington, DC: Institute for International Economics. November 16 - Politics I: International Institutions Required Readings: · Global Exchange. "Top Reasons to Oppose the WTO." Link: www.globalexchange.org/ campaigns/wto/OpposeWTO.html · World Trade Organization. "Ten common misunderstandings about the WTO." Link: www. wto.org/English/res_e/doload_e/10mis_e.pdf · Nye, Joseph S. Jr. (2001). "Globalization's Democratic Deficit: How to Make International Institutions More Accountable." Foreign Affairs Vol. 80 (July/August 2001), No. 4, p. 2. · Deardorff, Alan V. and Robert M. Stern (2002). "What You Should Know About Globalization and the WTO." Review of International Economics Vol. 10, No. 3, pp. 400-423. · Stiglitz, Joseph (2002). "Globalization and its Discontents." New York: Norton. Chapter 8. · Rogoff, Kenneth. "The IMF Strikes Back." Foreign Policy, January/February 2003, pp. 38-46. · Barton, J. J. Goldstein, T. Josling, and R. Steinberg (2006). "The Evolution of the Trade Regime: Politics, Law, and Economics of the GATT and WTO." Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Chapters 1 and 8. Recommended Readings: Cohen, Benjamin (2008). "Global Monetary Governance." London: Routledge. Caporaso, James A. (2003). "Democracy, Accountability, and Rights in Supranational Governance." In Miles Kahler and David Lake, editors, Governance in a Global Economy: Political Authority in Transition. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Eichengreen, Barry and Peter Kenen (1994). "Managing the World Economy Under the Bretton Woods System: An Overview." In Peter Kenen, editor, Managing the World Economy: Fifty Years After Bretton Woods. Washington, DC: Institute for International Economics. Frieden, Jeffry A. (2006). "Global Capitalism: Its Fall and Rise in the Twentieth Century." New York: Norton. Kahler, Miles & David A. Lake (2003). "Globalization and Changing Patterns of Political Authority." In Miles Kahler and David A. Lake, editors, Governance in a Global Economy. Political Authority in Transition. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Krueger, Anne (1998). "Whither the World Bank and the IMF?" Journal of Economic Literature Vol. 36 (December 1998), pp. 1983-2020. Rogoff, Kenneth (2002). "An Open Letter to Joseph Stiglitz," July 2, 2002. Link: http: //www.imf.org/external/np/vc/2002/070202.htm Ruggie, John (1982). "International Regimes, Transactions, and Change: Embedded Liberalism in the Postwar Order." International Organization Vol. 36, No. 2 (Spring 1982), pp. 379-415. November 23 - Politics II: The Evolving Role and Structure of the State Required Readings: · Berger, Suzanne (2000). "Globalization and Politics." Annual Review of Political Science, Vol. 2000, No. 3, pp. 43-62 · Boix, Carles (2000). "Partisan Government, International Economy and Macroeconomic Policies in OECD Countries, 1964-93." World Politics Vol. 53, No. 1, pp. 38-73. · Garrett, Geoffrey (1998). "Global Markets and National Politics: Collision Course or Virtuouse Circle?" International Organization Vol. 52 (Autumn 1998), pp. 787-824. 9

· Mosley, Layna (2000). "Room to Move: International Financial Markets and The Welfare State." International Organization Vol. 54 (Autumn 2000), pp. 737-774. · Rodrik, Dani (1997). "Has Globalization Gone Too Far?" Washington, DC: Institute for International Eonomics. Chapter 4 · Rodrik, Dani (2007). "One Economics, Many Recipes." Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Chapter 7: Governance of Economic Globalization (pp. 195-212). Recommended Readings: Alesina, Alberto and Edward Glaeser (2004). "Fighting Poverty in the US and Europe." Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Chapter 1. Boix, Carles (2006). "Between Redistribution and Trade: The Political Economy of Protectionism and Domestic Compensation." In Pranab Bardhan, Samuel Bowles and Michael Wallerstein, eds. Globalization and Egalitarian Redistribution. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University. Cerny, Philip G. (1995). "Globalization and the Changing Logic of Collective Action." International Organization Vol. 49, No. 4 (1995), pp. 595-625. (reproduced in Frieden & Lake). Cameron, David R. (1978). "The Expansion of the Public Economy: A Comparative Analysis." American Political Science Review, Vol. 72, pp. 1243-1261. Hiscox, Michael J. (2003). "Political Integration and Disintegration in the Global Economy." In Miles Kahler and David Lake, editors, Governance in a Global Economy: Political Authority in Transition. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Garrett, Geoffrey (1998). "Partisan Politics in the Global Economy." New York, NY: Cambridge University Press. Chapter 2: Politics, Policy, and Performance. Lindert, Peter (2003). "Growing Public." Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. Chapters 1-2 Mosley, Layna (2006). "Constraints, Opportunities, and Information: Financial MarketGovernment Relations in the World." In Pranab Bardhan, Samuel Bowles and Michael Wallerstein, eds., Globalization and Egalitarian Redistribution. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University. Radice, Hugo (2000). "Globalization and National Capitalisms: Theorizing Convergence and Differentiation." Review of International Political Economy Vol. 7, No. 4 (Winter 2000), pp. 719-742. Rodrik, Dani (1998). "Why Do More Open Economies Have Bigger Governments?" Journal of Political Economy Vol. 106, No. 5, No. 997-1032. Rodrik, Dani (2005). "Feasible Globalizations." In Michael Weinstein, editor, Globalization. What's New? New York: Columbia University Press. Rudra, Nita (2002). "Globalization and the Decline of the Welfare State in Less-Developed Countries." International Organization 56 (Spring 2002): 411-445 Strange, Susan (1992). "States, Firms, and Diplomacy." International Affairs Vol. 68, No. 1 (January 1992), pp.1-15. (reproduced in Frieden & Lake) November 30 - Politics III: Growth and Development Required Readings: · Wade, Robert (1992). "East Asia's Economic Success: Conflicting Perspectives, Partial Insights, Shaky Evidence." World Politics Vol. 44, No. 2, pp. 270-320. · Krugman, Paul (1994). "The Myth of Asia's Miracle." Foreign Affairs Vol. 73, No. 6, pp. 63-79. 10

· Haas, Peter M, John A. Hird, and Beth McBratney, editors (2010). "Controversies in Globalization. Contending Approaches to International Relations." Washington, DC: CQ Press. Chapter 1: Trade Liberalization and Economic Growth: Does Trade Liberalization Contribute to Economic Prosperity? (pp. 1-38). · Rodrik, Dani (2007). "One Economics, Many Recipes." Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Chapters 1-3 (pp. 13-98). Recommended Readings: Acemoglu, Daron, Simon Johnson and James A. Robinson (1999). "The Colonial Origins of Comparative Development: An Empirical Investigation." American Economic Review 89 (1999): 1369-1401. Acemoglu, Daron, Simon Johnson and James A. Robinson (2002). "Reversal Of Fortune: Geography and Institutions in the Making of the Modern World Income Distribution." Quarterly Journal of Economics Vol. 117, No. 4 (November 2002), pp. 1231-1294. Easterly, W. and R. Levine (2001). "It's Not Factor Accumulation: Stylized Facts and Growth Models." The World Bank Economic Review (2001): 177-219. Easterly, William (2001). "The Elusive Quest for Growth: Economists' Adventures and Misadventures in the Tropics." Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Engerman, Stanley and Kenneth Sokoloff (2000). "History Lessons: Institutions, Factor Endowments and Paths of Development in the New World." Journal of Economic Perspectives 1-3:217-232. North, Douglass (1989). "Institutions and Economic Growth: A Historical Introduction." World Development, Vol. 17 (1989), pp.1319-1332." (reproduced in Frieden & Lake) North, Douglass and Barry Weingast (1989). "Constitutions and Commitment: The Evolution of Institutions Governing Public Choice in Seventeenth Century England." Journal of Economic History 49 (1989): 803-832. Pomeranz, Kenneth (2000). "The Great Divergence: China, Europe and the Making of the Modern Economy." Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Rodrik, Dani, Arvind Subramanian, and Francesco Trebbi (2004). "Institutions Rule: The Primacy of Institutions over Geography and Integration in Economic Development." Journal of Economic Growth 9 (June 2004). Rodrik, Dani (2006). "Goodbye Washington Consensus. Hello Washington Confusion? A Review of the World Bank's Economic Growth in the 1990s: Learning from a Decade of Reform." Journal of Economic Literature Vol. 34, No. 4 (December 2006), pp. 973-987. Sachs, Jeffrey (2005). "The End of Poverty." New York, NY: Penguin Press. item Sachs, Jeffrey (2005). "Globalization and Patterns of Economic Growth." In Michael Weinstein, editor, Globalization. What's New? New York: Columbia University Press. Stiglitz, Joseph E., and Lyn Squire (1998). "International Development: Is it Still Possible?" Foreign Policy No.110 (1998), pp. 138-151." (reproduced in Frieden & Lake) Stiglitz, Joseph E. and Andrew Charlton (2005). "Fair Trade For All. How Trade Can Promote Development." New York: Oxford University Press. World Bank (1993). "The East Asian Miracle: Economic Growth and Public Policy." New York, NY: Oxford University Press. December 7 - Conflict I: Globalization and Inter- or Intra-State Conflict Required Readings: · Brooks, Stephen G. (1999). "The Globalization of Production and the Changing Benefits of Conquest." The Journal of Conflict Resolution. Vol. 43, No. 5, pp. 646-670. 11

· Gartzke, Erik. (2007). "The Capitalist Peace: Markets, Development, Interests, and Democracy." American Journal of Political Science, Vol. 51, No. 1, pp. 166-191. · Oneal, John R., and Bruce M. Russett. (1999). "The Kantian Peace: The Pacific Benefits of Democracy, Interdependence, and International Organizations, 1885-1992." World Politics, Vol. 52, No. 1, pp. 1-37. · Rosecrance, Richard. (1996). "The Rise of the Virtual State: Territory Becomes Passé" Foreign Affairs, Vol. 75, No. 4, July/August. · Campbell, Kurt M. (2002). "Globalization's First War?" Washington Quarterly, Vol. 25, No 1, pp. 7-14. Recommended Readings: Gartzke, Erik and Quan Li. (2003). "War, Peace, and the Invisible Hand: Positive Political Externalities of Economic Globalization." International Studies Quarterly 47(4):561-586. Gartzke, Erik, and Dominic Rohner. (2006). "To Conquer or Compel: Economic Development and Interstate Conflict." Typescript. Columbia University and the University of Cambridge. Hegre, Håvard, Ranveig Gissinger, and Nils Petter Gleditsch (2003). "Globalization and Internal Conflict." In Globalization and Armed Conflict. Gerald Schneider, Katherine Barbieri, and Nils Petter Gleditsch, eds. New York: Rowman & Littlefield pp. 251-275. Weede, Erich (2003). "Globalization: Creative Destruction and the Prospect of a Capitalist Peace." In Globalization and Armed Conflict. Gerald Schneider, Katherine Barbieri, and Nils Petter Gleditsch, eds. New York: Rowman & Littlefield pp. 311-323. December 14 - Conflict II: Culture, Terrorism, and Crime Required Readings: · Huntington small book, debate. · Barber, Benjamin (1992). "Jihad Vs. McWorld." Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 269, No. 3, March. · Russett, Bruce M., John R. Oneal, and Michaelene Cox (2000). "Clash of Civilizations, or Realism and Liberalism Déjà Vu?" Journal of Peace Research 37(5):583-608. · Cronin, Audrey Kurth. (2002). "Behind the Curve: Globalization and International Terrorism." International Security, Vol. 27, No. 3, pp. 30-58. Recommended Readings: Chiozza, Giacomo. (2002). "Is There a Clash of Civilizations?: Evidence from Patterns of International Conflict Involvement, 1946-1997." Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 39, No. 6, pp. 711-734. Fox, Jonathan. (2001). "Two Civilizations and Ethnic Conflict: Islam and the West." Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 38, No. 4, pp. 459-472. Fox, Jonathan. (2002). "Ethnic Minorities and the Clash of Civilizations: A Quantitative Analysis of Huntington's Thesis." Journal of Peace Research, Vol. 32, No. 3, pp. 415-434. Gartzke, Erik, and Kristian Skrede Gleditsch. (2006). "Identity and Conflict: Ties that Bind and Differences that Divide." European Journal of International Relations, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 53-87. Henderson, Errol A. (2004). "Mistaken Identity: Testing the Clash of Civilizations Thesis in Light of Democratic Peace Claims." British Journal of Political Science, Vol. 34, No. 3, pp. 539-554. Henderson, Errol A. and Richard Tucker. (2001). "Clear and Present Strangers: The Clash of Civilizations and International Conflict." International Studies Quarterly, Vol. 45, No. 2, pp. 317-338.

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Huntington, Samuel P. (2000). "Try Again: A Reply to Russett, Oneal and Cox." Journal of Peace Research 37(5): 609-610. Kaplan, Robert. (2000). "Where Europe Vanishes." Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 286, No. 5, November. Li, Quan, and Drew Schaub. (2004). "Economic Globalization and Transnational Terrorism: A Pooled Time-Series Analysis." The Journal of Conflict Resolution, Vol 48, No. 2, pp. 230-258. Weede, Erich. (1998). "Islam and the West: How Likely is a Clash of These Civilizations?" International Review of Sociology, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 183-195. December 18 - Final Paper Due

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