This timely compilation exposes readers to some of the classical IPE pieces as well as to works that cover many of the more common and controversial subjects within the field. Designed to bridge the gap in the INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY literature available to undergraduates.
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Table of ContentsI. PERSPECTIVES ON INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY.
1. The International Political Economy, Miles Kahler.
2. The Theory of the Powers of Production and the Theory of Values, Friedrich List.
3. How the World Works, James Fallows.
4. Of the Different Progress of Opulence in Different Nations , Adam Smith.
5. Keynes Middle Way, Robert Skidelsky.
6. Manifesto of the Communist Party, Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels.
7. The Development of Underdevelopment, Andre Gunder Frank.
8. The Politics of Market Socialism, Andrei Shleifer and Robert W. Vishny.
II. IPE STRUCTURES: PRODUCTION, MONEY, POWER, AND KNOWLEDGE.
9. Trade Lessons from the World Economy, Peter F. Drucker.
10. Circling the Wagons: The Trend Toward Economic Regionalism and Its Consequences for Asia, Karl J. Fields.
11. A New World Order or a New Nationalism, Paul A. Volcker and Toyoo Gyohten.
12. Beyond Bretton Woods: A New Blueprint, Jeffrey Sachs.
13. Bretton Woods Revisited: A Gift from the Cold War, The Economist.
14. The Evolution of the International Economic Order, W. Arthur Lewis.
15. The Changing Nature of World Power, Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
16. Realeconomik: The Convergence of National Security and Economic Interdependence, Martin and Susan J. Tolchin.
17. Who Are the Copy Cats Now?, The Economist.
III. STATE-MARKET TENSIONS TODAY.
18. The European Union, The Economist.
19. Grand Illusion: The Failure of European Consciousness, Godfrey Hodgson.
20. Time for a Global New Deal, Terry Collingsworth, F. William Goold, and Pharis J. Harvey.
21. Four Japanese Scenarios for the Future, Takashi Inoguchi.
22. Russia's Work Ethic, KyrilTidmarsh.
23. Dual-Track Transition in China, Fan Gang.
IV. IPE NORTH AND SOUTH.
24. How Africa Can Prosper, Robert S. Browne.
25. Asia's Emerging Economies, The Economist.
26. Multinationals and Developing Countries: Myths and Realities, Peter Drucker.
27. The Global Marketplace: A Closet Dictator, William Greider.
28. Oil and Power After the Gulf War, Robert J. Lieber.
V. GLOBAL PROBLEMS TODAY.
29. The Tragedy of the Commons, Garrett Hardin.
30. Lack of Access to Land and Food in El Salvador, Martin Diskin.
31. Seeing the Population Issue Whole, Donella H. Meadows.
32. Military Victory, Ecological Defeat, Michael G. Renner.
33. What New World Order?, Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
34. Can the United States Afford the New World Order?, David P. Calleo.