International Political Economy by Greg AndersonInternational Political Economy by Greg Anderson

International Political Economy

EditorGreg Anderson, Christopher J. Kukucha

Paperback | October 19, 2015

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Offering a balance of political science theory and economic fundamentals, this comprehensive introduction to international political economy examines theories, history, institutions, and topical analysis from a wide range of Canadian experts in the field.
Greg Anderson is associate professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Alberta. Dr Anderson completed his PhD at Johns Hopkins University before moving to Canada; his main research areas include Canada-US relations, international trade and finance, and US foreign economic policy. He was a policy analyst in the...
Title:International Political EconomyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:528 pages, 9 × 7 × 0.71 inPublished:October 19, 2015Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

PrefaceContributorsPart One: IPE Perspectives1. Greg Anderson and Christopher J. Kukucha: Back to the Future: IPE and the Evolution of Global Politics2. Axel Hulsemeyer: Traditional Theories3. Rob Aitken: Theoretical Challengers: Post-Positivist Methods in IPE4. Siobhan Byrne: Gender, Feminism, and the Global Political EconomyPart Two: Economic Fundamentals5. Eric Helleiner: History and Ideological Change in the Global Political Economy6. Mark R. Brawley: To Trade or Not to Trade? The Political Economy of International Exchange7. David Dodge: Monetary Policy Forty Years OnPart Three: Rules, Norms, and Governance: An International Society?8. Stephen Clarkson, Isabel Duchesne, and Amy Tieu: The Transnational Corporation: Controversial Dynamo of the Global Economy9. Jacqueline Best: The World Bank and International Development: Redefining Poverty as Social Risk10. Robert Wolfe: Reshaping the Trading System after the Doha Round11. Gilbert Gagne: The World Trading Regime and Dispute SettlementPart Four: Regionalism12. Lori Thorlakson: European Union13. Geoffrey Hale: North America: Three Steps Forward, Two Steps Back?14. Jennifer Y.J. Hsu: Japan and China: The Role of the State in Regional Dynamics15. Adam Sneyd: African Political Economies Beyond 2015: Diversity, Growth, Partnership, and PovertyPart Five: Levels of Analysis16. Hans J. Michelmann: Constituent Diplomacy in Federal Countries17. Trevor W. Harrison: A Tale of Two (Global) Cities: London, New York, and the Rise of Finance Capital18. Laura Macdonald and Jeffrey Ayres: Civil Society and International Political Economy19. Anil Hira: Understanding Industrial PolicyPart Six: Issues in the Twenty-first Century20. Patrick Leblond: The Global Financial Crisis21. Michael Howlett and Jeremy Rayner: Improving Global Natural Resource and Environmental Regimes: Policy Failures in Weak Governance Complexes22. Monica Gattinger and Rafael Aguirre: The Shale Revolution and Canada-United States Energy Relations: Game Changer or Deja Vu All Over Again?23. David Black and Katelynn Northam: Mega-Events and "Bottom-up" Development: Beyond Window Dressing24. Ellen Gutterman: Corruption in the Global Economy25. Yasmeen Abu-Laban: The Political Economy of International Migration and the Canadian ExampleGlossaryIndex

Editorial Reviews

"This text provides a self-conscious understanding of the discipline of IPE that will prove useful to students trying to understand what precisely IPE is and how it differs from other approaches." --Ray Silvius, University of Winnipeg