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The state is defined here in terms of concrete institutions and actors rather than in terms of its autonomy. First, it is a set of representative institutions structuring state–society relations that is the focus of domestic and international political activity. Second, these institutions are staffed and directed by (boundedly) rational state actors whose roles and preferences have their own causal weight. This relational concept of the state commends a focus on the policy regime – the enduring institutions, laws and norms mediating state–society relations in a policy issue-area.
Game theory cannot tell us where the payoffs come from, hence the importance of correctly identifying state preferences. On closer analysis, the limits of the gametheoretic approach to trade policy have become more rather than less obvious. g. g. g. g. cooperation, allocative results) is very confused’ (Caporaso 1993: 456). 18 Explaining US trade policy The trade policy regime as domestic structure The most common bottom-up perspective on US trade policy formulation focuses on the political activity of societal interest groups.
Haggard (1988: 96, 99) argues persuasively that while societal pressures reinforced the passage of the RTAA in 1934: explaining the institutional innovations themselves demands attention to the initiatives, interests, and motivations of state actors … Without allies in industry and agriculture who were capable of benefiting from a new trade policy, the administration could not have acted. But executive initiatives and interests were crucial in defining the trade policy agenda, and even in shaping the ‘dominant coalition’.
America's Trade Policy Towards Japan: Demanding Results (Routledge Advances in International Political Economy, 11) by John Kunkel