International Political Economy: Readings on State-Market Relations in the Changing Global Order (2nd Revised edition)

International Political Economy: Readings on State-Market Relations in the Changing Global Order (2nd Revised edition)

By: John Conklin (editor), Patrick Cronin (editor), Kishore C. Dash (editor), John T. Passe-Smith (editor), C. Roe Goddard (editor), Kishore C. Dash (contributor)Paperback

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The new edition of this popular reader introduces and places in context a collection of the most important contributions to our understanding of international political economy. The first section introduces the various ideologies of political economy and substantive applications. Subsequent sections critically examine the history and current tenor of international monetary and trade relations, the evolution and character of development assistance, and the role of the transnational enterprise in IPE.

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C. ROE GODDARD is Assistant Professor of International Studies, American Graduate School of International Management. JOHN T. PASSE-SMITH is Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Central Arkansas. JOHN CONKLIN is Associate Professor of International Studies, American Graduate School of International Management.

Contents

Introduction; K.C.Dash PART 1: CONTENDING VIEWS OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY The Nature of Political Economy; R.Gilpin Introduction; K.C.DashIntroduction; K.C.Dash PART 1: CONTENDING VIEWS OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY The Nature of Political Economy; R.Gilpin International Politics and International Economics; J.A.Frieden & D.A.Lake Liberalism, Interdependence, and Globalization Excerpts from The Wealth of Nations; A.Smith Realism and Complex Interdependence; R.O.Keohand & J.S.Nye The Invisible Hand vs the Dead Hand; B.Lindsey The Rise of the Virtual State; R.Rosencrance Economic Nationalism and the State Excerpts from Report on Manufactures; A.Hamilton The Theory of Hegemonic Stabilisy and Changes in International Economic Regimes, 1967-1977; R.O.Keohane States and Industrial Transformation; P.Evans Sovereignty; S.D.Krasner Challenges to the Capitalist System Excerpts from Capital and Communist Manifesto; K.Marx & F.Engels The Structure of Dependence; T. dos Santos The Future of Global Polarization; S.Amin Globalization Under Fire; R.Went PART 2: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY RELATIONS Monetary Governance in a Globalized World; B.J.Cohen The International Monetary Fund: C.Roe Goddard The Asian Economic Crisis and the Role of the IMF; K.C.Dash The Euro Debuts; European Money, Global Money, or Both?; O.A.Babarinde PART 3: DEVELOPMENT AND THE WORLD BANK The Rise and Fall of the Washington Consensus as a Paradigm for Developing Countries; C.Gore A New World Bank for a New Century; R.Picciotto Still Waiting: The Failure of Reform at the World Bank; B.Rich PART 4: INTERNATIONAL TRADE RELATIONS The Doha Round: Prospects for the Rules-Based Trading System; P.Cronin Regionalism, Multilaterialism, and Deeper Integration: Changing Paradigms for Developing Countries; R.Z.Lawrence PART 5: TRANSNATIONAL ENTERPRISES AND INTERNATIONAL PRODUCTION Theoretical Perspectives on the Transnational Corporation; R.Jenkins Defining the Transnational Corporation in the Era of Globalization; C. Roe Goddard PART 6: CONCLUSION Coping with Ecological Globalization; H.French The Westfailure System; S.Strange

Product Details

  • publication date: 24/01/2003
  • ISBN13: 9780333984857
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 456
  • ID: 9780333984857
  • weight: 809
  • ISBN10: 0333984854
  • edition: 2nd Revised edition

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