The Rules of the Global Game: A New Look at US International Economic Policymaking
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The Rules of the Global Game: A New Look at US International Economic Policymaking

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Economic news once confined to the business pages of the newspapers now receives headline coverage, whether it involves protests in Seattle or sweatshops in Asia. As attention is increasingly focused on economic policy, it becomes even more important for noneconomists to be able to make sense of these stories. Is the Asian economy sinking or rising? What effects will a sin...more
Hardcover, 358 pages
Published October 25th 2001 by University Of Chicago Press
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Kenneth Dam is Max Pam Professor Emeritus of American & Foreign Law and Senior Lecturer at the University of Chicago Law School.

Kenneth Dam has devoted his career to public policy issues, both as a practitioner and as a professor. In the former capacity he served as deputy secretary (the second-ranking official) in the Department of Treasury (2001-2003) and in the Department of State (1982-19...more
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