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Institutional Persistence and Change of the U.S. Trade Policy Regime

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Authors
Kim, Jungsoo
Issue Date
2006-12
Publisher
Institute of International Affairs, Graduate School of International Studies, Seoul National University
Citation
Journal of International and Area Studies, Vol.13 No.2, pp. 17-34
Keywords
Policy RegimeNew InstitutionalismU.S. Trade PolicySuper 301
Abstract
Policy regime refers to those institutional constraints that shape and constrain the whole policymaking process. Once established, policy regimes tend to endure for a long time despite environmental changes. However under some crisis circumstances, there may occur institutional change of policy regimes. The U.S. trade policy regime, established in the 1930s, had lasted for about half a century with two major traits: free trade as basic ideology and delegation of policymaking authority to the Administration. However, huge trade deficits in the 1980s triggered institutional change. The new trade policy regime, which still persists today, is characterized by reciprocity as a new policy ideology and renewed Congressional activism in trade matters. This paper analyzes why and how that institutional change of U.S. trade policy took place.
ISSN
1226-8550
Language
English
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/96439
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