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The BRIC phantom: a comparative analysis of the BRICs as a category of rising powers

Lindsay Jacobs (UGent) and Ronan Van Rossem (UGent)
(2014) JOURNAL OF POLICY MODELING. 36. p.S47-S66
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2013AbstractThe economic growth potential of the BRICs often causes the four countries to be grouped togetheras an analytical category of ‘rising powers’ in the global system. A neo-Weberian perspective argues thatpower in the global system is multidimensional and relational. The paths of the BRICs to integration inthe global political, economic and military networks are compared using both material as well as relationalnetwork indicators of power. As their paths differ fundamentally, culminating in widely divergent globalpower positions, the BRICs cannot be classified as a category of rising powers
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BRICs, Relational power1, Material capabilities, Rising powers

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Jacobs, Lindsay, and Ronan Van Rossem. “The BRIC Phantom: a Comparative Analysis of the BRICs as a Category of Rising Powers.” JOURNAL OF POLICY MODELING 36 (2014): S47–S66. Print.
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Jacobs, Lindsay, & Van Rossem, R. (2014). The BRIC phantom: a comparative analysis of the BRICs as a category of rising powers. JOURNAL OF POLICY MODELING, 36, S47–S66.
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Jacobs, Lindsay, and Ronan Van Rossem. 2014. “The BRIC Phantom: a Comparative Analysis of the BRICs as a Category of Rising Powers.” Journal of Policy Modeling 36: S47–S66.
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Jacobs, Lindsay, and Ronan Van Rossem. 2014. “The BRIC Phantom: a Comparative Analysis of the BRICs as a Category of Rising Powers.” Journal of Policy Modeling 36: S47–S66.
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Jacobs L, Van Rossem R. The BRIC phantom: a comparative analysis of the BRICs as a category of rising powers. JOURNAL OF POLICY MODELING. 2014;36:S47–S66.
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L. Jacobs and R. Van Rossem, “The BRIC phantom: a comparative analysis of the BRICs as a category of rising powers,” JOURNAL OF POLICY MODELING, vol. 36, pp. S47–S66, 2014.
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  abstract     = {2013AbstractThe economic growth potential of the BRICs often causes the four countries to be grouped togetheras an analytical category of ‘rising powers’ in the global system. A neo-Weberian perspective argues thatpower in the global system is multidimensional and relational. The paths of the BRICs to integration inthe global political, economic and military networks are compared using both material as well as relationalnetwork indicators of power. As their paths differ fundamentally, culminating in widely divergent globalpower positions, the BRICs cannot be classified as a category of rising powers},
  author       = {Jacobs, Lindsay and Van Rossem, Ronan},
  issn         = {0161-8938},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF POLICY MODELING},
  keywords     = {BRICs,Relational power1,Material capabilities,Rising powers},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {S47--S66},
  title        = {The BRIC phantom: a comparative analysis of the BRICs as a category of rising powers},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jpolmod.2013.10.008},
  volume       = {36},
  year         = {2014},
}

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