Introduction to International Political Economy

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Prentice Hall, 2001 - Business & Economics - 486 pages
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For courses in International Political Economy in departments of Political Science and Economics. This comprehensive introduction to international political economy clearly shows students how politics and economics come together in today's global environment. The text demonstrates how an understanding of IPE can help students make sense of global news, business investments, and government policies - by presenting the theories, institutions, and relationships found in IPE in simple ways that retain the complexity of the world issues and intellectual problems addressed. *New - Revised chapters throughout - Takes into account the number of important IPE events, especially the growing discussion of and concern about economic globalization, the financial crises in Asia and elsewhere, and the advent of a single currency in Europe, the Euro. *New - A survey of four theoretical perspectives - Rational choice; feminist; green; and post-modern. - Provides students with theories that challenge and enrich the traditional study of IPE. *New - Coverage of global security structure (Ch. 9) - Uproots the discussion from the previous focus on the Cold War. - Asks students to consider security as a

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Contents

What Is International Political Economy?
3
Mercantilism and Economic Nationalism
25
The Liberal IPE Perspective
45
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Michael Veseth is Robert G. Albertson Professor of International Political Economy at the University of Puget Sound.

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