Contents: Introduction 1. Internationalization and Globalization of the American Economy 2. Deepening Integration and Global Governance: America as a Globalized Partner 3. The USA in the World Trading System 4. A Public Choice Perspective on the Globalizing of America 5. The Globalization of US Industries 6. Technology in the Globalization of the USA 7. The United States and Global Capital Markets 8. American Corporate Planning and International Economic Disputes 9. American Macromanagement Issues and Policy 10. Regional Trade Agreements 11. Structural Statecraft 12. Collective Management Issues in US Foreign Economic Relations Index Contributors: S. Arndt, G. Boyd, T.L. Brewer, J.P. Daniels, J.B. Davis, J. Kirton, M. Makhija, M. Papadakis, F.L. Pryor, W. Thorbecke, S. Williamson, R.J. Wonnacott, S. Young
While a cruise ship with Ann written across the bow floats unassumingly on the ocean waves, a band of pirates speeds towards them. As the pirates get closer, they can see women running towards cannons and machine guns that seemed to appear out of nowhere. The machine guns fired with pin point accuracy and the pirates could see they were out gunned and tried to run. But Ann, the cruise ship had become Ann the Raider, and she surely was "A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing."