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CriticalSociology Limits of Internationalization: a Neo-Gramscian Analysis ofthe Multilateral Agreement On InvestmentDaniel EganCrit Sociol 2001 27: 74DOI: 10.1177/08969205010270030401The online version of this article can be found at: by:http://www.sagepublications.comAdditional services and information for Critical Sociology can be found at:Email Alerts:>> Version of Record - May 1, 2001What is This?Downloaded from at UNIV MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST on September 15, 2012THE LIMITS OF INTERNATIONALIZATION:A NEO-GRAMSCIAN ANALYSIS OF THE MULTILATERALAGREEMENT ON INVESTMENTDaniel EganDepartment of SociologyUniversity of Massachusetts-LowellAbstractThe OECDs attempt to create a Multilateral Agreement on Investment providesa useful case study with which to examine the process of the internationalizationof the state. Transnational historical materialism sees the development of supranational institutions such as the failed MAI as part of the neoliberal strategy of anemerging transnational capitalist class. However, in de ning internationalization interms of the national state becoming a transmission belt

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