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“…First, we more precisely conceptualize the role of international market regulation, which encompasses issues discussed in an increasing number of discrete sector studies (e.g. Raustiala, 1997;Shaffer, 2000;Glimstedt, 2001;Farrell, 611 Young, 2003;Ansell and Vogel, 2006) but lacks a coherent overall framework to integrate empirical analysis. Second, we lay out conceptual tools that will allow international relations scholars to understand better these relationships and their likely consequences for political-economic phenomena.…”
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“…First, we more precisely conceptualize the role of international market regulation, which encompasses issues discussed in an increasing number of discrete sector studies (e.g. Raustiala, 1997;Shaffer, 2000;Glimstedt, 2001;Farrell, 611 Young, 2003;Ansell and Vogel, 2006) but lacks a coherent overall framework to integrate empirical analysis. Second, we lay out conceptual tools that will allow international relations scholars to understand better these relationships and their likely consequences for political-economic phenomena.…”
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“…Firms which have to pay royalties resent paying them while patent holders eagerly seek royalties while prosecuting firms which refuse to pay. The economic implications of technology standards have raised the political stakes in their development and implementation leading to increasing domestic and international political action to control standards [6][7][8]. With production of goods and services globally fragmented across multiple regions, both within and among companies, the ability of firms to produce inter-platform compatible components and services -as well as devices compatible with standards in foreign markets -is critical.…”
Section: Current Status and Background Of Technology Standardsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…At the same time, standardization processes tend to be hybrid between de facto and de jure standardization [Glimstedt (2001)]. This often takes the form of private consortia which aim to establish a de facto standard based on common (open) specifications.…”
Section: Trends In Standardization Processesmentioning
confidence: 99%