Sunday, 15 October 2000

From "Classical liberalism and international economic order"

By Razeen Sally.

[...] where neo-liberal institutionalism instinctively conceives an appropriate institutional framework for a liberal international economic order in terms of intergovernmental negotiated cooperation "from above", classical liberalism focuses its sights on the domestic preconditions of international order: the appropriate institutional framework is sought, first and foremost,"from below", at the level of national law and policy [...]

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