Political Economy

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A look inside the State Savings Bank. The retro look with green marble and classical teller boxes is quite impressive.
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How Do Everyday Objects and Practices Relate to IPE?

Studying the aspects of everyday life creates a fresh perspective on IPE that breaks from traditional assumptions about social behavior and interactions.

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The Prisoner’s Dilemma in Environmental Politics: One Model to Rule Them All?

In International Environmental Politics the important decision-theoretic features of the climate problem or overexploitation are not exhausted by the Prisoner’s Dilemma.

The Contemporary Neoliberal State and Economic Violence

The Contemporary Neoliberal State and Economic Violence

Neoliberal states such as the United States and Great Britain seek to promote and enhance structural inequality within their borders by exerting economic violence.

Assessing the Merits of Post-Fordism from a Gendered IPE Approach

Assessing the Merits of Post-Fordism from a Gendered IPE Approach

The introduction of women into the labour force tackled society’s subservient ideologies seen in the Fordist placement of women solely within domestic and reproductive spheres.

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Hegemonic Challenge: Chinese State Capitalism and its Growing Global Presence

Chinese state capitalism represents an alternative approach to the Washington Consensus dominated by the U.S. and other developed countries.

President Park Geun-hye (left) and Chinese President Xi Jinping shake hands after holding a joint press conference on June 27 at the Great Hall of the People in central Beijing.

2013. 06. 27.

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Is China Using the AIIB to Reinvent Asian Regionalism?

China’s Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank will not reinvent Asian regionalism as we know it today and will instead strengthen existing regional ties.

Security State Logic and Neoliberal Splendor: The Treasure Trove Border

Security State Logic and Neoliberal Splendor: The Treasure Trove Border

The United States has created a paradoxical border with Mexico by restricting the flow of people while at the same time encouraging the free-flow of goods and capital.

IPE and Transnational Criminal Law: An Imperfect Yet Fruitful Relationship

IPE and Transnational Criminal Law: An Imperfect Yet Fruitful Relationship

Transnational criminal law can contribute to the field of International Political Economy through the integration of ideas related to international financial crime.

The Case of the International Monetary Fund and the 2008 Global Financial Crisis

The Case of the International Monetary Fund and the 2008 Global Financial Crisis

The IMF presents a conflict between narrative and policy advice strategy. Has this international financial institution learned lessons from the 2008 Global Crisis?

Grievances, Strategies, and Demands of the Contemporary Chinese Labour Movement

Grievances, Strategies, and Demands of the Contemporary Chinese Labour Movement

The Chinese state’s capitalist transformation in the 1970’s primed the current exploitation of rural workers, which has resulted in sizable labor movement protests.

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