Global Political Economy
OUP Oxford, 2008 - Business & Economics - 528 pages
Featuring carefully edited contributions from an impressive line-up of international scholars, Global Political Economy, Second Edition, is an authoritative introduction that covers all bases: contemporary theory, introductions to particular issue areas, and an extended debate on globalization that reflects a variety of perspectives. The second edition includes a new chapter on theoretical traditions (Chapter 2) and a broader introduction to production and multinational corporations in Chapter 10. A companion website features an interactive timeline, web links, a flashcard glossary, and maps for students, as well as two in-depth case studies for professors.
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