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The first text to fully integrate economic principles with political analysis, State Power and World Markets provides a contemporary and comprehensive overview of the international political economy.
Professors Grieco and Ikenberry focus on the dynamic, reciprocal relationships between states and world markets, articulating the ways in which their interactions shape the world economy today. Intellectually challenging yet perfectly pitched to the undergraduate student, written by experts in the field, and combining the best of current political and economic theory, State Power and World Markets will enrich and further focus the undergraduate study of international relations.
|Chapter 2||The Economics of International Trade||19|
|Chapter 3||The Economics of International Money and Finance||57|
|Chapter 4||The Political Foundations of the World Economy||92|
|Chapter 5||State Power and the Promotion of National Interests through Economic Integration||124|
|Chapter 6||State Power and the Promotion of National Interests through Economic Sanctions and Incentives||163|
|Chapter 7||Economic Globalization and Political Backlash||204|
|Chapter 8||Developing Nations and the World Economy||244|
|Chapter 9||Mechanisms for Governance, Reform, and Expansion of the World Political Economy||288|
|Appendix||Studying International Political Economy through the Internet||339|