Pickel, Andreas, ed. Handbook of Economic Nationalism. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2022.
This cutting-edge Handbook puts economic nationalism in its historical context, from early industrialization to globalization. It explores how economic nationalism has emerged to new prominence in the post-globalization era as states are trying to protect their economies, societies, and cultures from unwanted external influences.
Drawing together contributors from a wide range of disciplines, the Handbook demonstrates the many ways in which nationalisms and national cultures affect and are affected by the economy, paying attention to the different contexts in which they emerge. Chapters consider key topics including economic nationalism and climate change, resource nationalism, economic nationalism in left-wing ideologies and far-right party discourse, and dimensions of economic nationalism in the US, Russia, India and Japan.
Providing a comprehensive analysis of the historical, theoretical, and geographical dimensions of economic nationalism, this Handbook will be a key resource for scholars and students of political economy, international economics and the history of economic thought. Its use of case studies from a range of countries will also be beneficial for policymakers and practitioners in these fields.
Table of Contents
Introduction to the Handbook of Economic Nationalism – Andreas Pickel
PART I: ECONOMIC NATIONALISM: HISTORICAL AND
Economic nationalism in historical perspective – Ivan T. Berend
The political geography of economic nationalism – Natalie Koch
Economic nationalism in the Anthropocene – Daniele Conversi
Climate crisis, systemic transformation, and the role of nationalism – Andreas Pickel
Nationalism in left-wing ideologies of political economy – Thomas Fetzer
Varieties of currency nationalization and denationalization –Zenonas Norkus
Economic patriotism: the transformation of economic governance in 21st-century capitalism – Ben Clift
PART II: RESOURCE NATIONALISM
Resource nationalism: risks and rewards – Peter Rutland
Resource nationalism and economic indigenization in Africa –Stefan Andreasson
Resource nationalism: historical contributions from Latin America –Antulio Rosales
Food and economic nationalism – Atsuko Ichijo
PART III: DIMENSIONS OF ECONOMIC NATIONALISM IN EUROPE
European economic nationalism – Klaus Müller
Economic nationalism in far-right party discourse – Valentina Ausserladscheider
Illiberal conservative developmental statism – Katharina Bluhm and Mihai Varga
Financial nationalism and democracy – Dóra Piroska
Economic nationalism in Germany and Italy – Klaus Müller
PART IV: DIMENSIONS OF ECONOMIC NATIONALISM: US,
RUSSIA, INDIA AND JAPAN
Ethno-racial dimensions of economic nationalism in the United States – Amílcar Antonio Barreto
Imagining Russia as a state-civilization: ethnocultural and geoeconomic dimensions – Andrei Tsygankov and Pavel Tsygankov
Economic nationalism in India – Surajit Mazumdar
Structural economic nationalism and migration in Japan – Nana Oishi and Akira Igarashi