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International Political Economy
     

International Political Economy

by Angus Cameron
 

This five-volume set draws together the key foundational materials from a range of disciplinary sources, giving students and researchers insight into this complex body of historical and contemporary scholarship. Consisting of entries drawn from academic journals, books and other appropriate sources, this set is introduced by an essay outlining the development of

Overview

This five-volume set draws together the key foundational materials from a range of disciplinary sources, giving students and researchers insight into this complex body of historical and contemporary scholarship. Consisting of entries drawn from academic journals, books and other appropriate sources, this set is introduced by an essay outlining the development of IPE since the 1980s and explaining the key themes represented by the entries chosen.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781412936026
Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Publication date:
12/18/2007
Series:
SAGE Library of International Relations Series
Edition description:
Five-Volume Set
Pages:
1984
Product dimensions:
6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 5.40(d)

Meet the Author

My work lies at the intersection between international relations, political economy, political theory, sociology and human geography. I have been working for many years on three interrelated areas. I am particularly interested in state theory and in the changing nature of the state and modes of governance in the contemporary globalised economy. I have written on the changing nature of the state in the age of globalisation. I am interested not only in the most powerful states, but also in the smallest states in the world, the tax havens, which have become, together with offshore finance, a second area of research interest. I have done in additional considerable research on different facets of contemporary theory, from realism to constructivism to post-Marxism. I am particularly interested in developing an alternative approach to political economy drawn on evolutionary institutionalism, post-rationalist perspectives and libidinal theories of political economy, the latter often confused with poststructuralism

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