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Who Adjusts? Domestic Sources of Foreign Economic Policy during the Interwar Years Paperback – September 18, 1997

ISBN-13: 978-0691017105 ISBN-10: 0691017107

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Winner of the 1995 Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award

"One of the best books I have read in years. . . . Simmons develops a novel, domestic explanation for the policy failures of the interwar period . . . [and] untangles the complicated web of the interwar international political economy. The book not only sets a new standard of research excellence, but it is required reading for all international political economists, as well as many comparativists and historians. . . . Who Adjusts? will certainly become a classic analysis of interwar economic policy."--David A. Lake, American Political Science Review

"[Simmons's] arguments and results hold considerable interest for economists and historians as well as political scientists."--Kenneth Mouré, American Historical Review

"This ambitious study makes an important contribution to systemic theories of international economics cooperation. . . . Simmons's bold and lucid analysis is stimulating."--Patricia Clavin, Economic History Review

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