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domino theory of regionalism

Richard E. Baldwin

domino theory of regionalism

by Richard E. Baldwin

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International economic integration -- Mathematical models.,
  • International economic relations -- Mathematical models.,
  • International trade -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRichard Baldwin.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper no. 4465, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 4465.
    ContributionsNational Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20, [1] p. :
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22436041M

    Corpus ID: Regionalization and Regionalism in East Asia @inproceedings{HoshiroRegionalizationAR, title={Regionalization and Regionalism in East Asia}, author={Hiroyuki Hoshiro}, year={} }. Baldwin’s “domino theory” of regionalism 31 In the case of East Asian states, the proliferation of trade agreements could be explained directly by “domino theory”: business groups react rationally in a situation of preferential treatment of foreign competitors. The scale of FTAs’5 regional expansion is illustrated in Table 1.

    based on the domino theory of regionalism, in which countries look toward integration because of fear of exclusion (Baldwin and Venables ), or only for the proximity rea-son (Krugman ). However, the new regionalism theory may be considered a better theoretical framework to explain the EU-MERCOSUR regional trade agreement because.   Baldwin has his ‘Domino effect’ theory of regionalism, stating that as profits for one trading bloc grow, so does the outsiders’ desire for membership. Bergsten propounds the idea that ‘open regionalism’ is not harmful to multilateral trade, while Ethier .

    A Domino Theory of Regionalism, National Bureau of Economic Research, Working Paper , September Bobowski S., Efekt spaghetti - przejaw czy zagrożenie procesów integracyjnych w regionie Azji i Pacyfiku?, [in:] B. Drelich-Skulska (ed.), Studia azjatyckie, Prace Naukowe Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego we Wrocławiu Nr 28, Ekonomia i. we may say that the EU-MERCOSUR trade agreement is not based on the domino theory of regionalism, where countries look for integration because of exclusion fear (Baldwin and Venables ), nor on the proximity factor (Krugman ); however, it would be better explained by the new regionalism theory.


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A Domino Theory of Regionalism Richard Baldwin. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in September NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment Regional liberalization sweeps the globe like wildfire while multilateral trade talks proceed at a glacial by: Recent regionalism is caused by two idiosyncratic events multiplied by a domino effect.

The triggering events - the U.S-Mexico ETA and the EC's programmes had nothing to do with GATT's health. The domino effect is simple.

Recent regionalism is caused by two idiosyncratic events multiplied by a domino effect. The triggering events - the U.S-Mexico ETA and the EC's programmes had nothing to do with GATT's health.

The domino theory is not a “primitive” explanation of why regionalism is spreading, but it explains how a few exogenous shocks could produce a cascade of political economy effects that makes it look like regionalism is spreading like a wildfire.

On the whole, this makes recent regionalism. This paper proposes a very different answer. Recent regionalism is caused by two idiosyncratic events multiplied by a domino effect. The triggering events – the U.S.-Mexico FTA and the EC's programme – had nothing to do with GATT's health. The domino effect is by: A Domino Theory of Regionalism.

Richard Baldwin (). NoCEPR Discussion Papers from C.E.P.R. Discussion Papers Abstract: Regional liberalization sweeps the globe like wildfire while multilateral trade talks proceed at a glacial pace. domino theory of regionalism book Why are countries eager to liberalize regionally but reluctant to do so multilaterally.

This paper proposes a very different answer. Recent regionalism is caused by two idiosyncratic events multiplied by a domino effect. The triggering events the US-Mexico FTA and the European Community's programme had nothing to do with GATT's health.

The domino effect is simple. This paper proposes a very different answer. Recent regionalism is caused by two idiosyncratic events multiplied by a domino effect. The triggering events – the U.S.-Mexico FTA and the EC's programme – had nothing to do with GATT's health.

The domino effect is simple. Baldwin, R. () ‘A Domino Theory of Regionalism’, CEPR Discussion PapersLondon: Centre for Economic Policy Research. Baldwin, R. and Carpenter, T. () ‘Exploding the Myth of Exploding Regionalism’, mimeo. ‘New regionalism’ theory has become current interest in regionalism and is undoubtedly one of the important trends in contemporary international relations.

This theory focuses more on ‘deep. NBER Working Paper # September A DOMiNO THEORY OF REGIONALISM ABSTRACT Regional liberalization sweeps the globe like wildfire while multilateral nude talks proceed at a glacial pace.

Why are countries eager to liberalize regionally but reluctant to do so multilaterally. A Domino Theory of Regionalism. By Richard Baldwin. Abstract. Regional liberalization sweeps the globe like wildfire while multilateral trade talks proceed at a glacial pace.

Why are countries eager to liberalize regionally but reluctant to do so multilaterally. The answer of the GATT-is-dead school is that multilateralism is too cumbersome.

Course Contents Theoretical perspective of regionalism, theory of integration, different school of thoughts of regionalism;(federalism, functionalism, Neofunctionalism, communication Approach, Domino Theory), Detail of various Regional Organizations; (European Union EU, South Asian Association for Regional cooperation SAARC, Association of south East Asian Nations ASEAN.

Domino theory of regionalism. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Richard E Baldwin; National Bureau of Economic Research.

The domino theory was a theory prominent [ where. ] from the s to the s that posited that if one country in a region came under the influence of communism, then the surrounding countries would follow in a domino effect.

Domino theory, theory adopted in U.S. foreign policy after World War II according to which the ‘fall’ of a noncommunist state to communism would precipitate the fall of noncommunist governments in neighboring states. It was used to justify American military involvement in. The domino theory was a Cold War policy that suggested a communist government in one nation would quickly lead to communist takeovers in.

Multilateralizing Regionalism - edited by Richard Baldwin February Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.

Multilateralizing Regionalism. () ‘A Domino Theory of Regionalism’, in Baldwin, Richard E., Haaparanta, Pertti and Kiander. This paper tests the hypothesis that the domino-like spread of regionalism is partly driven by ‘defensive’ FTAs, i.e.

FTAs signed to reduce discrimination created by third-nation FTAs. A theory-based measure is used to test contagion against alternative determinants of regionalism.

The Routledge Handbook of Asian Regionalism is a definitive introduction to, and analysis of, the development of regionalism in Asia, including coverage of East Asia, Southeast Asia and South Asia. The contributors engage in a comprehensive exploration of what is arguably the most dynamic and important region in the world.

About this book Introduction Major theorists from around the world develop their own distinctive theoretical perspectives, spanning new regionalism & world order approaches along with regional governance, liberal institutionalism & neoclassical development regionalism, to regional security complex theory (RSCT) and the region-building approach.specifically focussed on the gains from free trade and overruled the cases for the need of regionalism as a substitute or a supplement to the GATT for nations which intend to liberalize faster.

Baldwin () framed the Domino theory of regionalism as a response to the arguments of why economies.This domino theory was used by the US administration to justify the need for American intervention in various parts of the world.

as illustrated below. The domino model of accident causation, as depicted by H. Heinrich in the edition of his book Industrial Accident Prevention: A Scientific Approach.