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Dennis J. Encarnation • 2 Items / 1 Book, 1 Article
Rivals Beyond Trade (1992)
America Versus Japan in Global Competition
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    International Relations (Review)
    Rivals Beyond Trade, by Dennis J. Encarnation
    1. Rivals Beyond Trade by Dennis J. Encarnation
    American Political Science Review, March 1993, p. 257
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    Wrong on Japan (6 Reviews)
    Reconcilable Differences?, by C. Fred Bergsten and Marcus Noland
    1. Reconcilable Differences? by C. Fred Bergsten and Marcus Noland
    2. Turning the Tables by Daniel Burstein
    3. Strategic Capitalism by Kent E. Calder
    4. American Multinationals and Japan by Mark Mason
    5. Rivals Beyond Trade by Dennis J. Encarnation
    6. Alliance Capitalism by Michael L. Gerlach
    The National Interest, Fall 1993, pp. 85-92
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    Recent Books on International Relations (15 Reviews)
    General: Economic and Social
    1. Changing Fortunes by Paul A. Volcker and Toyoo Gyohten
    2. Conflict Among Nations by Thomas R. Howell and Alan Wm. Wolff
    3. Only One World by Gerard Piel
    4. Changing Course by Stephen Schmidheiny
    5. Global Warming: The Economic Stakes by William R. Cline
    6. A Cold Peace by Jeffrey E. Garten
    7. The New European Economy by Loukas Tsoukalis
    8. Global Financial Integration by Richard O'Brien
    9. Rivals Beyond Trade by Dennis J. Encarnation
    10. Monetary Sovereignty by John B. Goodman
    11. Beyond Spinoff by John A. Alic, Lewis M. Branscomb, and Harvey Brooks, ...
    12. Dismantling the Cold War Economy by Ann Markusen and Joel Yudken
    13. The IMF and the South by Dharam Ghai
    14. States or Markets? by Christopher Colclough and James Manor
    15. Protecting Markets by Ronald T. Libby
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1992, pp. 201-204