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For students and scholars of international political economy, economic history, historical sociology, varieties of capitalism, and monetary and financial history.
Palgrave Macmillan, International Political Economy Series, 2013, 256 p.
He is also Co-Director of the Leitner Program for Comparative and International Political Economy at Yale University.
The authors begin with the obvious question 'why yet another textbook in international political economy (IPE)?
Adjunct Associate Professor of International Political Economy, Institute of Defense & Strategic Studies, Nanyang Technological University, and former Director of Economics at Singapore's Ministry of Trade and Industry
In the third, and perhaps most interesting part, he devotes four chapters to those 'analytic issues' that affect the Middle East: military conflicts, revolts and strategic rivalries; modern ideologies, both political and religious; challenges to individual states in the form of international movements; and, finally, international political economy as it affects the region.
Feinberg, professor of international political economy and director of the APEC Study Center at the University of California, and Donna J.
International Economics and Economic Policy publishes theoretical and empirical papers relevant to economic policy, with a focus on comparative economic policy and international political economy, including international organizations and policy cooperation, monetary and real/technological dynamics in open economies, globalization and regional integration, trade, migration, investment, e-commerce and regulation.