Key Concepts in International Political Economy (The Library of International Political Economy v. 5 Reprinted edition)

Key Concepts in International Political Economy (The Library of International Political Economy v. 5 Reprinted edition)

By: David A. Baldwin (editor)Hardback

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This is a reprinted collection of articles exploring eight fundamental concepts in international political economy - including power/hegemony, interdependence, regimes, mercantilism, economic statecraft, development/dependency, and imperialism.

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Part 1 Conceptions of international political economy - economics and international relations - a problem in teaching, Klaus Knorr; international economics and international relations - a case of mutual neglect, Susan Strange; three models of the future, Robert Gilpin; the public choice view of international political economy, Bruno S. Frey; perspectives and theory - a consumers' guide, Roger Tooze. Part 2 Power/hegemony: the concept of power, Robert A. Dahl; measurement of social power, opportunity costs and the theory of two-person bargaining games, John C. Harsanyi; two faces of power, Peter Bachrach and Morton S. Baratz; power analysis and world politics - new trends versus old tendencies, David A. Baldwin; dominance and leadership in the international economy - exploitation, public goods and free rides, Charles P. Kindleberger; the mysterious case of vanishing hegemony - or, Is Mark Twain really dead?, Bruce Russett; the persistent myth of lost hegemony, Susan Strange. Part 3 Interdependence: national power and the structure of foreign trade, Albert O. Hirschman; the myth of national interdependence, Kenneth N. Waltz; power and interdependence, Robert O. Keohane and Joseph S. Nye; dimensions of resource dependency - some elements of rigour in concept and policy analysis, Bruce Russett; dependence, dependency and power in the global system - a structural and behavioural analysis, James A.L. Caporaso; interdependence and power - a conceptual analysis, David A. Baldwin. Part 4 Regimes: words can hurt you - or, who said what to whom about regimes, Ernst B. Haas; regime dynamics - the rise and fall of international regimes, Oran R. Young; co-ordination and collaboration - regimes in an anarchic world, Arthur A. Stein; the demand for international regimes, Robert A. Keohane; cave! hic dragones - a critique of regime analysis, Susan Strange; a state of the art on an art of the state, Friedrich Kratochwil and John Gerard Ruggie. Part 5 Mercantilism: power versus plenty as objectives of foreign policy in the 17th and 18th centuries, Jacob Viner; economic structure and international security - the limits of the liberal case, Barry Buzan; neomercantalism and international economic stability, Paolo Guerrieri and Pier Carlo Padoan; mercantilism - past, present and future, Harry G. Johnson. Part 6 Economic statecraft: economic statecraft, David A. Baldwin; on the effects of international economic sanctions - with examples from the case of Rhodesia, Johan Galtung; economic coercion in world politics, Richard Stuart Olson. Part 7 Development/dependency: the origins of dependency analysis, Joseph L. Love; the structure of dependence, Theotonio Dos Santos. Part contents.

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  • publication date: 14/10/1993
  • ISBN13: 9781852786144
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 1072
  • ID: 9781852786144
  • weight: 2150
  • ISBN10: 1852786140
  • edition: Reprinted edition

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