By Felix. Somary
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This is not only a matter of ‘opening up’ new markets, however: it can also depend on usurping existing market arrangements. Such an effect is at work in practices of export dumping where producers in advanced economies market goods abroad, especially in developing 20 Economic globalisation countries, at prices lower than their costs of production. These practices have been most apparent in heavily subsidised industries such as agriculture and textiles, where state subsidies allow producers in the United States, Europe or Japan not only to saturate domestic markets but to ofﬂoad surpluses onto foreign markets.
The arguments we have looked at here offer, therefore, critical takes on ‘actually existing’ globalisation. Both Wallerstein and Harvey also look to the potential for systemic change opened up by the very contradictions that dog global capitalism (see Amir et al. 1982, 1990; Arrighi et al. 1989; Harvey 2000; Wallerstein 2002; see also the discussion in Chapter 3). If this discussion has concentrated on the economic analysis of globalisation, these critical approaches continually give onto other questions – of politics, ideology, culture and space.
The modern economy has appeared most highly internationalised when it is underwritten by a hegemonic power which sees an open international trading system as coincident with its own national interests. This was the case during the period both of British economic dominance up to 1914, and that of US dominance after 1945. Hirst and Thompson argue that US hegemony in the world system was shaken by the monetary, inﬂationary and recessionary crises of the early 1970s, but the United States remains the world’s largest national economy and its strongest advocate of international free trade – in spite of a lingering attachment to protectionism at home (see also Cox 2003; Cumings 2003).
Bankpolitik by Felix. Somary