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タイトル: Australia's Foreign Economic Policy: a 'State-Society Coalition' Approach and a Historical Overview
著者: Okamoto, Jiro
岡本, 次郎
キーワード: Australia
Foreign economic policy
State-society coalitions
Belief systems
Changes in dominant coalitions
Economic policy
Trade policy
International trade
International economic relations
オーストラリア
経済政策
貿易政策
国際経済
Issue Date: Mar-2006
出版者: Institute of Developing Economies, JETRO
引用: IDE Discussion Paper. No. 55. 2006.3
抄録: This paper aims to explain the historical development of Australia's foreign economic policy by using an analytical framework called a 'state-society coalition' approach. This approach focuses on virtual coalitions of state and society actors that share 'belief systems' and hold similar policy ideas, goals and preferences, as basic units (policy subsystems) of policy making. Major policy changes occur when a dominant coalition is replaced by another. The paper argues that, in Australia, there have been three major state-society coalitions in the foreign economic policy issue area: 'protectionists', 'trade liberalisers' and 'optional bilateralists'. The rise and fall of these coalitions resulted in distinctive shifts of Australia's foreign economic policy in the 1980s towards unilateral and multilateral liberalisation and in the late 1990s towards bilateral trade and investment arrangements.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2344/142
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