Research Articles

Lessons from Americans Firms’ Strategies in Asia

|By Vinod Aggarwal – Director|

Winning in Asia, U.S. Style: Market and Nonmarket Strategies for Success, 2003
The regional Asian currency crises of 1997-1998 complicated but failed to diminish foreign firms’ ardor for the region.

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The Evolution of Debt Crises: Origins, Management, and Policy Lessons

|By Vinod Aggarwal – Director|

Sovereign Debt: Origins, Management, and Restructuring, 2003
The 1997–9 Asian debt crisis has raised our interest in studying the origin and resolution of debt crises in comparative perspective.

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Sovereign Debt: Origins, Crises and Restructuring

|By Vinod Aggarwal – Director|

Sovereign Debt: Origins, Management, and Restructuring, 2003
The problem of international debt rarely seems to leave the headlines.

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Sovereign Debt Management: Lessons and Policy Implications

|By Vinod Aggarwal – Director|

Sovereign Debt: Origins, Management, and Restructuring, 2003
The stability of the international financial system depends on preventing and resolving debt crises.

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Comment on ‘Common Goods, Matrix Games, and Institutional Response by Katharina Holzinger

|By Vinod Aggarwal – Director|

European Journal of International Relations, 2003
We are pleased that our article ‘Goods, Games and Institutions’ (Aggarwal and Dupont, 1999) has generated considerable interest (Wallner, 2002; Aggarwal and Dupont, 2002).

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A Leader in Institutional Design? Europe and the Governance of Trade and Monetary Relations

|By Vinod Aggarwal – Director|

Europe and Globalization, 2002
In many respects, Europe has been an innovator in the design of international institutions. In trade, Britain led with nineteenth-century unilateral trade liberalization, followed by the Cobden–Chevallier network of bilateral treaties, a customs union in central Europe, and then inward-looking arrangements with colonies.

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Goods, Games, and Institutions: Response to Wallner

|By Vinod Aggarwal – Director|

International Political Science Review,2002
In our article “Goods, Games, and Institutions,” published in this journal (Aggarwal and Dupont, 1999), we emphasized the need to improve our understanding of the underlying conditions within which institutions might promote cooperation among states and other international actors.

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Strategy Without Vision: The U.S. and Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation

|By Vinod Aggarwal – Director| Kun-Chin Lin|

APEC: The First Decade, 2002
Since the mid-1980s, the U.S. has pursued a mixed strategy of alternating among or combining unilateral, bilateral, minilateral, and global trade negotiations.

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Analyzing Japanese Firms’ Market and Nonmarket Strategies in Asia

|By Vinod Aggarwal – Director|

Winning in Asia, Japanese Style: Market and Nonmarket Strategies for Success, 2002

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Can Transnational Corporations Serve as Engines of Development

|By Vinod Aggarwal – Director|

Economia e Politica Industriale, 2002
The role of the transnational corporation (TNC) in promoting or impeding the development of countries is an issue that has been the subject of intense study in international political economy.

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Lessons from Japanese Firms’ Strategies in Asia

|By Vinod Aggarwal – Director|

Winning in Asia, Japanese Style: Market and Nonmarket Strategies for Success, 2002
The regional Asian currency crises of 1997-1998 complicated but failed to diminish foreign firms’ ardor for the region.

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Analyzing European Firms’ Market and Nonmarket Strategies in Asia

|By Vinod Aggarwal – Director|

Winning in Asia, European Style: Market and Nonmarket Strategies for Success, 2001
Despite recent currency crises, most of the Asia-Pacific economies continue to be among the most attractive markets in the world and now appear to be recovering rapidly.

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