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Nationalism and the Economy

Exploring a Neglected Relationship

 

Edited by Stefan Berger and Thomas Fetzer

Stefan Berger is Director of the Institute for Social Movements at the Ruhr University Bochum , and Chairman of the Committee of the History of the Ruhr Foundation

Thomas Fetzer is Associate Professor at the Department of International Relations, Central European University, Budapest

This book is the first attempt to bridge the 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 advertising. The editors draw attention to the importance of economic issues for the study of nations and nationalism, and the relative neglect of this relationship in contemporary scholarship.

The authors of the essays come from disciplines as diverse as economic and cultural history, political science, business studies, as well as sociology and anthropology. Their chapters address the nationalism-economy nexus in a variety of realms, including trade, foreign investment, and national control over resources, as well as consumption, migration, and welfare state policies. Some of the case studies have a historical focus on nation-building in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, while others are concerned with contemporary developments. Several contributions provide in-depth analyses of single cases while others are comparative. The geographical focus of the contributions vary widely, although most deal with European countries.

ISBN 978-963-386-198-1
330 pages, cloth, 2018
$65.00 / €56.00 / £49.00

CONTENTS

1. Introduction by Stefan Berger and Thomas Fetzer

PART I: Surveys

2. Historians, Nationalism Studies, and the Economy by Stefan Berger

3. Nationalism in Political Economy Scholarship by Thomas Fetzer

PART II: Case Studies

4. Visions of Europe: European Integration and its Origins in Nineteenth Century Economic Thinking about Nation-Building by Harold James

5. Theoretical and Historical Reflections on Economic Nationalism in Germany and the United States in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries by Andreas Etges

6. Land Regimes in Nation-Building Processes and Nation-States: The Case of Israel in Comparative Perspective by Jacob Metzer
7. Disparities and Economic Nationhood in Yugoslavia by Žarko Lazarević

8. Pro-Urban Welfare in an Agricultural Country? Economic Nationalism and Welfare Regime Problems of Fit: Lessons from Interwar Romania by Sergiu Delcea

9. Nationalizing Consumption: Products, Brands, and Nations by Oliver Kühschelm

10. Nation Branding and Nationalism by Mads Mordhorst

11. National Interests and Foreign Direct Investment in East-Central Europe after 1989 by Vera Šć epanović

12. Economic Nationhood and International Migration: The Case of China by Pál Nyíri

 PART III: Beyond the Nation?

13. Embedding the Social Question into International Order: Economic Thought and the Origins of Neoliberalism in the 1930s b y Hagen Schulz-Forberg

14. Economic Europeanness by Thomas Fetzer

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