The new rise of economic nationalism in transatlantic trade relations Public Deposited

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  • March 21, 2019
  • Fölster, Christian Alexander
    • Affiliation: College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Political Science
  • This paper seeks to explain the new rise of economic nationalism in transatlantic trade relations. By examining the arguments that were raised in favor for protectionism in America and in Europe, this paper identifies three different concepts of economic nationalism, along with the arguments can be structured and explained. The author argues that economic nationalism can be explained either as an ideological, economical or cultural concept, which can explain why protectionist policies are a common answer in times of economic crisis. This paper contributes to the debate about the conception of economic nationalism and its implications for transatlantic relations.
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  • Marks, Gary
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