Theories of International Political Economy: An Introduction by STEPHANE PAQUINTheories of International Political Economy: An Introduction by STEPHANE PAQUIN

Theories of International Political Economy: An Introduction

bySTEPHANE PAQUIN

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Theories of International Political Economy introduces students to the theories that make up the core, semi-periphery, and periphery of the discipline of IPE as it is studied today. Aiming to expose and clarify the differences between the orthodox and the heterodox schools of IPE, esteemed IPEscholar Stephane Paquin expertly guides students through the fundamental principles at the heart of realist, liberal, domestic politics, Marxist, neo-Gramscian, British school, green, and feminist approaches. Engaging and accessible, this concise introduction equips students with the foundation theyneed to comprehend and critically assess existing IPE research and to begin forming the theoretical lens through which they will conduct their own analyses.
Stephane Paquin is a professor at the Ecole nationale d'administration publique and Canada Research Chair in International and Comparative Political Economy.
Title:Theories of International Political Economy: An IntroductionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:240 pages, 9 × 7 × 0.48 inPublished:January 29, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements1. The Invention of IPEHistorical Foundation of the FieldWhat Is IPE?Economists and IPETheoretical Perspectives in IPEThe Dividing LinesConclusion2. Theorizing International Political EconomyEpistemology in IPEWhat is Positivism in Orthodox IPE?Types of TheoryTheorizing According to the Orthodox ApproachTheorizing According to the Heterodox ApproachTheorizing Among the Neo-GramsciansTheorizing According to Susan StrangeConclusion3. The Realist PerspectiveBasic Assumptions of the Realist Perspective in IPEThe Myth of GlobalizationGlobalization, War, and PeacePower and Theory of Hegemonic StabilityPower and Interstate RelationsConclusion4. The Liberal PerspectiveBasic Assumptions of the Liberal Perspective in IPEGlobalization, War, and PeacePeace through DemocracyPeace through International InstitutionsEconomic Interdependence as a Factor of PeaceGlobalization and TransnationalismLiberal InstitutionalismThe Debate on ComplianceConclusion5. Domestic and Open-Economy PoliticsInterestsInstitutionsThe Second Image ReversedIdeasConclusion6. From Marxism to Neo-GramscianismMarxist Approaches in IPEDependency TheoryThe World-System ApproachThe Neo-Gramscian SchoolRobert CoxThe Rediscovery of GramsciThe Structural Power of CapitalThe Politics of Mass ProductionConclusion7. The British SchoolThe Heterodox British School in IPEGlobalizationStructural PowersMarketsFinanceConclusion8. Green and Feminist IPEThe Orthodox Approach in Green IPECritical Green IPEFeminist IPEFeminist Ontology in IPEFeminist Epistemology in IPEConclusionGeneral ConclusionBibliographyIndex

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"This text is a 'keeper'--the kind of book one hangs onto in order to refer to if one wants to specialize in IPE or international relations generally. I would recommend this text most highly for any student who is seriously considering this their major field of interest." --Allan E. Warnke, Vancouver Island University