The Globalization Backlash: Exploring New Perspectives

Edward D. Mansfield, Helen V. Milner, Nita Rudra

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Abstract

Rising popular discontent with globalization in Europe and the United States has occurred alongside increasing support for extreme right-wing parties, protectionism, and anti-immigrant views. This globalization backlash seems to be contributing to economic globalization’s abatement, especially with respect to trade but increasingly foreign investment, immigration, and participation in international institutions as well. What are the key forces driving these recent events and what are their broader political and institutional consequences? This special issue aims to provide an understanding of some central features of the anti-globalization furor. The studies in this special issue provide fresh insights into the economic factors contributing to the backlash while also addressing how they might interact with cultural forces. It concludes with a discussion of why the globalization backlash has not diffused widely to the developing world.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)2267-2285
Number of pages19
JournalComparative Political Studies
Volume54
Issue number13
DOIs
StatePublished - Nov 2021

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Sociology and Political Science

Keywords

  • globalization
  • political economy
  • political parties

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