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Varieties of CapitalismThe Institutional Foundations of Comparative Advantage$
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Peter A. Hall and David Soskice

Print publication date: 2001

Print ISBN-13: 9780199247752

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0199247757.001.0001

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The Domestic Sources of Multilateral Preferences: Varieties of Capitalism in the European Community

The Domestic Sources of Multilateral Preferences: Varieties of Capitalism in the European Community

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(p.213) 6 The Domestic Sources of Multilateral Preferences: Varieties of Capitalism in the European Community
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Varieties of Capitalism
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Orfeo Fioretos

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/0199247757.003.0006

Explains how variations in the structure of a country's economic system shape their preferences over other forms of multilateral international organizations. It specifically answers why Britain and Germany advocated different regulatory structures in the European Union's monetary, social, and industrial policies in the context of negotiating the content of the Maastricht Treaty. Theoretically, the paper explores ways in which the varieties of capitalism framework can be extended to the domain of international relations.

Keywords:   Britain, European Union, Germany, international organizations, international relations, Maastricht Treaty, varieties of capitalism

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