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International Political Economy

Abstract : This textbook provides a systematic introduction to international political ecomomy. It covers the major approaches to globalization and governance in international political economy, as well as contemporary issues, and key controversies and debates. "International Political Economy" is divided into three parts. The first part covers the major theoretical perspectives on IPE, the second part introduces the reader to the globalization debate, mapping out the major changes in IPE since the inter-war period, and the final part turns to patterns of politics in the world economy. The book is accompanied by an Online Resource Centre. The student resources included are: case studies; web links; flashcard glossary; and updates on IPE literature. The lecturer resources includes PowerPoint slides. (Publisher's abstract)
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Colin Hay, David Hudson, Donna Lee, Adam Morton, Jill Steans, et al.. International Political Economy. Oxford University Press, pp.512, 2013. ⟨hal-01520401⟩



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