CONSTRUCTIVE REGIONALISM ©Anthony Alofsin, 2005 This May, 2005 marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of the coining of the term "Constructive Regionalism."
Regionalism in South Korean National Assembly Elections: A Vote Components Analysis of Electoral Change* Eric C. Browne and Sunwoong Kim
1 . Cooperation among adversaries. Regionalism in the Middle East. Master (M.A) in Advanced European and International Studies. Trilingual Branch. Academic year 2009/10
The NewWaveof Regionalism EdwardD. Manséeldand Helen V. Milner Introduction Economic regionalism appears to be growing rapidly. Why this has occurred and what bearing it will have on the global economy are issues that have generated considerable interest and disagreement.
"New Regionalist Metropolitan Action: The Case of the Alberta Capital Region Alliance" The New Regionalism
Regionalism in the West: http://www.crmw. org/Assets/misc/regarticle.htm 1 of 19 4/23/2007 10:31 AM Regionalism in the West: An Inventory and Assessment Prepared for the Public Land and Resources Law Review Matthew McKinney, Craig Fitch, and Will Harmon  Draft of May 2, 2002 1.
1 Regionalism in Higher Education: An International Look at National and Institutional Interdependence by James JF Forest Research Associate Boston College Center for International Higher Education ABSTRACT The author proposes that economic regionalism may be a precursor to the development of ...
Regionalism: Old and New, Theory and Practice Mary E. Burfisher (Economic Research Service, USDA), Sherman Robinson (IFPRI) and Karen Thierfelder (U.S. Naval Academy) Invited paper presented at the International Conference Agricultural policy reform and the WTO: where are we heading?
i ABSTRACT In this paper, we review the debate on "new regionalism," focusing on the tools used to evaluate regional trade agreements (RTAs). We find that much analysis uses tools from old trade theory in the Viner-Meade tradition, focusing on trade creation, trade diversion, and terms-of-trade ...
Open Regionalism: Stepping Stone or Millstone toward an Improved Multilateral System? Percy S. Mistry Introduction Is regionalisma building block ora stumbling block to an improved, multi laterally open trading system?