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State Power and the Structure of International Trade.doc

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State Power and the Structure of International TradeStephen D Krasner Addresses the relationship between the interests and power of major states and the trade openness of the international economyMaintains most significantly that the hegemony of a leading power is necessary for the creation and continuance of free tradeInternational structures may range from complete autarky to complete openness Presents one aspect of the international economythe structure of international trade the degree of openness for the movement of gods as opposed to capital labor technology or other factors of productionState power theory assumption that the interests and power of states acting to maximize national goals determine the structure of international tradeThe Causal Argument State Interests State Power and International Trading StructuresStates act to maximize their aggregate economic utilityState PreferencesThe ways in which these are affected by the degree of openness depends upon the potentia
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