International Political Economy
An introduction to the field of international political economy. It explores the dynamic interaction of economics and politics and the implications for world order. Key issues are treated in a context that evaluates the explanatory power of various theoretical approaches.
Axel Hülsemeyer, ed., International Political Economy: A Reader, Oxford University Press.
1.0 POL credit; ECO100Y1 OR ECO105Y1
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