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Global Political Economy

Global Political Economy

While we certainly live in a global economy, for the time being we lack a common response to the challenges this brings – especially in establishing control over a still-evolving global market system.

The Panama Papers and International Cooperation in Tax Matters

The Panama Papers and International Cooperation in Tax Matters

The release of the Panama Papers will result in changes in the legal environment, not because they revealed anything new, but because the public is paying attention.

How Movie References Can Make Teaching Theories More Accessible

How Movie References Can Make Teaching Theories More Accessible

The different time periods in the trilogy ‘Back to the Future’ have been valuable for bringing concepts in courses such as IPE and IR Theory to life.

Sacred Cows and the Idea of Political Economy in Southern Africa

Sacred Cows and the Idea of Political Economy in Southern Africa

South African politics must move beyond narrow thinking and recognise political economy as a tool not only for sound analysis, but also for good policy-making.

The Power of IPE for Researching Energy and Natural Resources

The Power of IPE for Researching Energy and Natural Resources

The ability of IPE scholars to understand energy through a lens that examines both the economic and political aspects of power offers great potential for analysis.

Feminists Theorize International Political Economy

Feminists Theorize International Political Economy

Feminist IPE has long been characterized by critical, theoretically rich, and methodogically radical grounded research and theorization, and this is a key source of its most important analytic insights.

Cave! Alius Draco: There Was a Sixth Dragon!

Cave! Alius Draco: There Was a Sixth Dragon!

Invoking Susan Strange, who warns of 5 dragons in regime theory, Ronen Palan criticizes the paradigm for falling to a 6th: “the triumph of form over substance.” Thus, regime theory cannot address today’s challenges.

Rethinking Development

Rethinking Development

We require a decolonization of the imagination. We need to abandon the search for alternative models of development and start imagining alternatives to development. The project today is not so much to rethink development, but to un-think it.

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