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The Fifth Edition of International Political Economy provides a flexible and provocative set of articles and excerpts on a broad range of topics. Edited by three respected scholars in the field, the reader also offers clear introductions and headnotes to help students get the most out of each reading.
Table of Contents
|About the Editors||p. xi|
|Introduction: International Politics and International Economics||p. 1|
|Contending Perspectives on International Political Economy||p. 21|
|State Power and the Structure of International Trade||p. 23|
|The Political Economy of the Smoot-Hawley Tariff||p. 42|
|History Lessons: Institutions, Factor Endowments, and Paths of Development in the New World||p. 53|
|Globalization of the Economy||p. 63|
|Historical Perspectives||p. 83|
|Free Trade: The Repeal of the Corn Laws||p. 87|
|International Trade, Domestic Coalitions, and Liberty: Comparative Responses to the Crisis of 1873-1896||p. 98|
|International Investment and Colonial Control: A New Interpretation||p. 119|
|British and American Hegemony Compared: Lessons for the Current Era of Decline||p. 139|
|The Multinational Enterprise as an Economic Organization||p. 157|
|Third World Governments and Multinational Corporations: Dynamics of Host's Bargaining Power||p. 169|
|Competing for Capital: The Diffusion of Bilateral Investment Treaties||p. 180|
|Globalization and Policy Convergence||p. 200|
|Money And Finance||p. 217|
|The Domestic Politics of International Monetary Order: The Gold Standard||p. 223|
|Hegemonic Stability Theories of the International Monetary System||p. 246|
|The Triad and the Unholy Trinity: Problems of International Monetary Cooperation||p. 273|
|Globalization and Exchange Rate Policy||p. 286|
|Divided Opinion, Common Currency: The Political Economy of Public Support for EMU||p. 297|
|Financial Globalization: Gain and Pain for Developing Countries||p. 314|
|The Controversy over Free Trade: The Gap between Economists and the General Public||p. 341|
|Commerce and Coalitions: How Trade Affects Domestic Political Alignments||p. 365|
|The Political Economy of Trading States: Factor Specificity. Collective Action Problems, and Domestic Political Institutions||p. 376|
|Are Your Wages Set in Beijing?||p. 393|
|What You Should Know about Globalization and the World Trade Organization||p. 404|
|The Institutional Roots of American Trade Policy: Politics, Coalitions, and International Trade||p. 422|
|Economies In Development||p. 443|
|Globalization, Poverty, and Inequality since 1980||p. 447|
|Root Causes: A Historical Approach to Assessing the Role of Institutions in Economic Development||p. 468|
|Globalization and Inequality, Past and Present||p. 474|
|The Political Economy of Trade Policy Reform: Lessons from Developing Countries||p. 486|
|Current Problems in International Political Economy||p. 505|
|Globalization and the Environment||p. 507|
|A New Deal for Globalization||p. 536|
|How to Save Globalization from Its Cheerleaders||p. 546|
|The Quiet Coup||p. 567|
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