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  • Author:
    Stephen Gill
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    Palgrave Macmillan; 1997 edition (April 30, 1997)
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London: Zed Press, Halifax NS: Fernwood Press; Dhaka: University Press, 1995. Globalization, Democratization and Multilateralism. A series of videos of a lecture by Stephen Gill recorded at the University of California Santa Barbara’s Orfalea Center for Global and International Studies.

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

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The book takes us to think critically about the role of multilateralism i. 1990), Two concepts of international political economy

The book takes us to think critically about the role of multilateralism in. Filipe Mendonça. 1990), Two concepts of international political economy. The field of international political economy gained prominence in the early 1970s-when the Arab oil embargo and other crises ended the postwar era of virtually unhindered economic growth in the United States and Europe-and today is an essential part of both political science and economics.

HIS BOOK analyzes the globalization of the world economy and its real as well as its alleged implications for the international political economy

HIS BOOK analyzes the globalization of the world economy and its real as well as its alleged implications for the international political economy. Since the end of the Cold War, globalization has been the most outstanding characteristic of international economic affairs and, to a considerable extent, of political affairs as well.

Globalization involves structural changes in forms of state, society and culture, ecology and political economy and in ethics and expectations. In this collection, globalization and multilateralism are linked to questions of epistemology, ontology, and strategy. Epistemology entails critical questioning of the nature of knowledge and its foundations. Ontology concerns the significant factors in global political economy. Strategy involves how to move world affairs from its present condition towards normative goals enunciated in the MUNS programme, so as to promote collective ability to channel structural change in a more democratic direction.