Rational Choice

  • Thilo Bodenstein
Part of the Globale Politische Ökonomie book series (GPÖ)

Zusammenfassung

Im Zentrum des Rational-Choice-Ansatzes der Internationalen Politischen Ökonomie (IPÖ) stehen zwei Fragestellungen: Wann und weshalb öffnen sich Staaten für globale Marktintegration? Und wie beeinflusst globale Marktintegration die Präferenzordnung von Individuen, Firmen, Sektoren und Regierungen? Die zentrale Grundannahme der Rational-Choice-IPÖ ist dabei die Existenz eines Verteilungskonflikts zwischen Gewinnern und Verlierern der Integration.

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