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KEY CONCEPTS IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY

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KEY CONCEPTS IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY

9781852786144 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by David A. Baldwin, Senior Political Scientist, Woodrow Wilson School, Princeton University and Wallach Professor Emeritus, Columbia University, US
Publication Date: 1993 ISBN: 978 1 85278 614 4 Extent: 1,072 pp
Acclaimed articles which explore eight fundamental concepts in international political economy – including power/hegemony, interdependence, regimes, mercantilism, economic statecraft, development/dependency, and imperialism – are reprinted in this important two volume set. Scholarly debates on the use of these concepts, as well as discussion of their evolution, are also featured.

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Acclaimed articles which explore eight fundamental concepts in international political economy – including power/hegemony, interdependence, regimes, mercantilism, economic statecraft, development/dependency, and imperialism – are reprinted in this important two volume set. Scholarly debates on the use of these concepts, as well as discussion of their evolution, are also featured.
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Contributors include: R. Gilpin, A.O. Hirschman, T. Kemp, R.O. Keohane, S. Strange, K.N. Waltz
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43 articles, dating from 1931 to 1990
Contents: Volume I: 1. Conceptions of International Political Economy 2. Power/Hegemony 3. Interdependence 4. Regimes • Volume II: 1. Mercantilism 2. Economic Statecraft 3. Development/Dependency 4. Imperialism
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