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Title Nationalism and the economy : explorations into a neglected relationship / edited by Stefan Berger and Thomas Fetzer.

Publication Info. Budapest ; New York : Central European University Press, 2019.


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Description 1 online resource (vi, 313 pages)
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on June 03, 2019).
Contents Cover; title page; copyright page; Table of Contents; Illustrations; Introduction; Part I: Surveys; Historians, Nationalism Studies, and the Economy; Nationalism in Political Economy Scholarship; Part II: Case Studies; Visions of Europe: European Integration and its Origins in Nineteenth Century Economic Thinking about Nation-Building; Theoretical and Historical Reflections on Economic Nationalism in Germany and the United States in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries; Land Regimes in Nation-Building Processes and Nation-States: The Case of Israel in Comparative Perspective
Disparities and Economic Nationhood in YugoslaviaPro-Urban Welfare in an Agricultural Country? Economic Nationalism and Welfare Regime Problems of Fit: Lessons from Interwar Romania; Nationalizing Consumption: Products, Brands, and Nations; Nation Branding and Nationalism; National Interests and Foreign Direct Investment in East-Central Europe after 1989; Economic Nationhood and International Migration: The Case of China; Part III: Beyond the Nation?; Embedding the Social Question into International Order: Economic Thought and the Origins of Neoliberalism in the 1930s; Economic Europeanness
List of ContributorsIndex; back cover
Summary This book is the first attempt to bridge the current divide between studies addressing 'economic nationalism' as a deliberate ideology and movement of economic 'nation-building', and the literature concerned with more diffuse expressions of economic 'nationness' - from national economic symbols and memories, to the 'banal' world of product communicationThe editors seeks to highlight the importance of economic issues for the study of nations and nationalism, and its findings point to the need to give economic phenomena a more prominent place in the field of nationalism studies. The authors of t.
Subject Nationalism -- Economic aspects.
Economics -- Political aspects.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Political Ideologies -- Nationalism & Patriotism.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Berger, Stefan, editor.
Fetzer, Thomas, 1974- editor.
Other Form: Print version: Nationalism and the economy. Budapest ; New York : Central European University Press, 2018 9789633861981 (DLC) 2018009050
ISBN 9789633861998 (electronic book)
9633861993 (electronic book)
9789633861981 (hardcover ; alkaline paper)

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