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International Political Economy / Edition 1
     

International Political Economy / Edition 1

by Simon Payaslian, Frederic S. Pearson
 

ISBN-10: 0070490821

ISBN-13: 9780070490826

Pub. Date: 01/29/1999

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The

This text takes up the important human impact questions of the global economy, and deals with new and fast-breaking developments in technology and the global economy. It combines solid scholarship with timely and topical examples, careful explanation with lively format, theory with policy. Its breadth of coverage links domestic consequences to international trends,

Overview

This text takes up the important human impact questions of the global economy, and deals with new and fast-breaking developments in technology and the global economy. It combines solid scholarship with timely and topical examples, careful explanation with lively format, theory with policy. Its breadth of coverage links domestic consequences to international trends, links local and regional to global developments, and links the formal to the informal economy. Most of all, it makes the political dimension of economic interaction clear.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780070490826
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
01/29/1999
Pages:
486
Product dimensions:
7.80(w) x 9.80(h) x 0.90(d)

Table of Contents

PART I: THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF IPEChapter 1: Introduction The Principles of International Economic Relations The Principal Components of International Political Economy The North-South Divide; The Search for a Global Program The Political Economy of International Rivalry: Post-Cold War Dilemmas The Importance of International Political Economy Chapter 2: The Theoretical Foundations of International Political Economy Classical Mercantilism and Economic Nationalism The Mercantilist State Mercantilism and Realism Classical Liberalism Marxism, Dependency, and the Capitalist World-Economy Alternative Models of Capitalism in the Late Twentieth Century Globalist Theories Chapter 3: The History of Modern International Political Economy The Origins of Modern International Political Economy: 1600-1860s Industry, Technology, and Empires: The 1870's-WWII The East-West and North-South Divide The Bretton Woods System (and more...)

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