Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Stephen James Purdey.|
|Series||Routledge advances in international political economy -- 17|
|LC Classifications||HD75.6 .P87 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0415548500, 0203863399|
|ISBN 10||9780415548502, 9780203863398|
|LC Control Number||2009024147|
Economic Growth, the Environment and International Relations: The Growth Paradigm, 1st Edition (Paperback) - Routledge The ubiquity of the commitment to economic growth, which Purdey refers to as the growth paradigm, is extraordinary. National governments around the world are seized of the same objective. Given the uniquely preeminent status of the commitment to economic growth and its conformity with these same goals, I begin from the premise that the growth paradigm represents the most salient form of global governance, and the most powerful surrogate of world government, in the anarchic domain of international relations. The present chapter focuses on the ideational component, because it is a key contention of this study that the core and leading element of the growth paradigm is a collectively held belief in the efficacy of growth, a belief which has remained constant for some : Stephen J. Purdey. Introduction Given the divisions and stratifications characteristic of international politics, and the diversity of histories, cultures, levels of development and strategic objectives among states, it is curious that economic policies, both domestic and international, have settled uniformly on a commitment to : Stephen J. Purdey.
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"The Environment and International Relations provides a clear, intellectually coherent introduction to one of the key issues of our times. This will be a very useful text for undergraduate students and those who want to understand the political complexities of environmental Cited by: Economic Growth, the Environment and International Relations The growth paradigm Stephen J. Purdey Routledge Taylor & Francis Croup LONDON AND NEW YORK. Contents Acknowledgements viii 1 What is the growth paradigm? 1 2 Systemic-, state-, and individual-level contributions to understanding the paradigm 30 3 The ideational superstructure of the. Economic growth, the environment and international relations: the growth paradigm. [Stephen James Purdey] -- "This book critically examines the deep origins and rise to prominence of the idea of economic growth and uses a neo-Gramscian approach to explore the environmental consequences of this paradigm.". Economic Growth and the Environment Gene M. Grossman, Alan B. Krueger. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in February NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment, Public Economics Using data assembled by the Global Environmental Monitoring System we examine the reduced-form relationship between various environmental indicators and the .