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COMPARATIVE POLITICS AND THE INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY

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COMPARATIVE POLITICS AND THE INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY

9781852786540 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Ronald Rogowski, Visiting Global Distinguished Professor of Political Science, New York University, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Publication Date: 1995 ISBN: 978 1 85278 654 0 Extent: 992 pp
Some of the most important scholarly work in comparative politics has dealt with the domestic political consequences of the increasingly important and volatile international political economy.

In this important two volume set, Ronald Rogowski draws together the core contributions from economics, history and political science. The first section presents the major theoretical essays; the second includes historical examples from the ancient, mediaeval and modern world; the third section discusses the implications for economic growth and the last section explores issues in industrial-state economic policy.

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Some of the most important scholarly work in comparative politics has dealt with the domestic political consequences of the increasingly important and volatile international political economy.

In this important two volume set, Ronald Rogowski draws together the core contributions from economics, history and political science. The first section presents the major theoretical essays; the second includes historical examples from the ancient, mediaeval and modern world; the third section discusses the implications for economic growth and the last section explores issues in industrial-state economic policy.
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‘. . . most of the essays in part two of volume two, and the contributions of Gourevitch will have a broader apppeal to theorists working in the discipline of comparitive politics and international political economy in that they are a series of essays which highlight the capacity for domestic politics to control the influence of international factors on domestic economic outcomes.’
– Rachel Parker, Australian Journal of International Affairs
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33 articles, dating from 1936 to 1992
Contributors: G.S. Becker, R.H. Coase, P.A. Gourevitch, P.J. Katzenstein, W.A. Lewis, M. Olson
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