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Title: International Regime and Counterfactual Analysis: Regulating Transnational Corporations
Authors: 郭承天
Kuo, Cheng-Tian
Contributors: 政治系
Date: 1996-10
Issue Date: 2016-10-12 15:43:52 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 由於國際建制的個別特性,使得建制理論有過多解釋項的潛在缺失。反事實分析法能夠剔除建制理論中假的或多餘的解釋。本文以改良後的反事實分析法,研究「跨國公司行為規
範」的談判過程。雖然馬克斯主義、建制\制度理論、以及霸權理論都提供有力的理論和証據,來解釋該談判的失敗。但是經過反事實分析法的檢驗後,只有霸權理論所提出美國政
府的決策,才是最重要的因素。其餘兩極解釋皆不成立。
Because of the idiosyncracies of international regimes, the overloading of explanatory variables becomes a potential threat to regime analyses.Counterfactual analysis (CFA) can reject redundant or false theoretical explanations in each regime analysis. After refinement, CFA is then applied to a study of the negotiation of the Code of Conduct for Transnational Corporations. Although Marxist, regime/institutionalism, and hegemony theories all provide convincing arguments and evidence to explain the failure of the Code negotiation, CFA points out the paramount importance of the American government's decision on the issue and rejects the Marxist and regime/ institutionalist explanations.
Relation: 國立政治大學學報,73 part2,403-437
Data Type: article
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