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  • Author:
    Michael G. Schechter
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    0333734653
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    978-0333734650
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    Palgrave Macmillan; 1999 edition (December 16, 1998)
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    319 pages
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International Political Economy Series.

International Political Economy Series. Future Multilateralism. The Political and Social Framework. The aim of this volume is to discuss the kinds of multilateralism that would be required to pursue some of the alternative projects of society, namely those which agree with some of the key normative commitments of the MUNS programme: non-violent means for dealing with conflict; social equity; protection of the biosphere; diffusion of power among social groups and societies.

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Conclusion: The political economy of international relations By way of introduction, Chapter 1 considers the .

Conclusion: The political economy of international relations By way of introduction, Chapter 1 considers the economic factor in international relations. It introduces the concept of globalisation, that is the ongoing process of global economic, political and social integration. For those interested in the history of international political economy, the following book provides an excellent overview of the sub-discipline’s historical evolution and the academic debates that have shaped this field of study: Cohen, Benjamin J. International political economy: an intellectual history.

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International political economy (IPE), also known as global political economy (GPE), refers to either economics or an interdisciplinary academic discipline that analyzes economics, politics and international relations

International political economy (IPE), also known as global political economy (GPE), refers to either economics or an interdisciplinary academic discipline that analyzes economics, politics and international relations. When it is used to refer to the latter, it usually focuses on political economy and economics, although it may also draw on a few other distinct academic schools, notably political science, also sociology, history, and cultural studies

With an introductory essay by Michael Schechter which addresses current critiques of Coxian theory, the author enters .

With an introductory essay by Michael Schechter which addresses current critiques of Coxian theory, the author enters into a stimulating dialogue with critics of his work. Timely, provocative and original, this book is a major contribution to international political economy and is essential reading for all students and academics in the field.

INCE PUBLICATION of my book, The Political Economy of Inter-national Relations, in 1987, the international economy .

INCE PUBLICATION of my book, The Political Economy of Inter-national Relations, in 1987, the international economy has experi-enced a number of fundamental changes. Regional and other important developments in the real world of eco-nomic and political affairs have been accompanied by innovations in economic theory that are highly relevant for an understanding of international political economy (IPE).

The aim of this volume is to discuss the kinds of multilateralism that would be required to pursue some of the alternative projects of society, namely those which agree with some of the key normative commitments of the MUNS programme: non-violent means for dealing with conflict; social equity; protection of the biosphere; diffusion of power among social groups and societies. The strategies identified here are both 'top-down', ie: relying on conventional international institutions and 'bottom-up', ie: involving a new multilateralism grounded in civil society.