Routledge Encyclopedia of International Political Economy: Entries A-F
R. J. Barry Jones
Taylor & Francis, 2001 - Business & Economics - 1818 pages
This important new work is the first comprehensive reference to the rapidly developing field of international political economy [IPE]. Featuring over 1200 A-Z entries, the coverage encompasses the full range of issues, concepts, and institutions associated with IPE in its various forms. Comprehensively cross-referenced and indexed, each entry provides suggestions for further reading along with guides to more specialized sources. Selected entries include: * African Development Bank * benign neglect * Black Monday * casino capitalism * debt management * efficiency * floating exchange rates * General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade [GATT] *information society/economy * Organization of Petroleum-Exporting Countries [OPEC] * Microsoft * multinational corporations, definitions * NATO * patents * rent-seeking * Schellin, Thomas *tax havens * trusts * Value-Added Tax [VAT] * zero-sum games * and many more.
Entries PZ 1193
agricultural analysis argued Asian financial crisis behaviour Bretton Woods Bretton Woods system Cambridge capital capitalist cent central bank chaebol colonial commodity comparative advantage competition concept cooperation corporatism costs crises crisis critical cultural currency debt demand democracy dependency dependency theory developing countries dollar domestic East Asian economic development economic growth economists effects endogenous growth theory European EUROPEAN UNION example exchange rate export external factors financial markets firms Fordism foreign free trade Further reading global groups important income increase industrial institutions integration international political economy investment LDCs liberal London major Marx Marxist member-states ment monetary neo-classical NEO-CLASSICAL ECONOMICS nomic organization output problems production profit References and further regime regional regulation relations result role sector social society structure theory tion tional underdevelopment Union United University Press World Bank WORLD-SYSTEMS THEORY