Post Tagged with: "International Political Economy"

Capital Mobility and Development Process: The New Political Economy Thoughts

Capital Mobility and Development Process: The New Political Economy Thoughts

Classical political economy perspectives have been limited to the processes with which formal political and economic structures could be seen as central to development.

Class Matters: Global Capital Mobility and State Power in Emerging Economies

Class Matters: Global Capital Mobility and State Power in Emerging Economies

To what extent has international capital mobility caused an erosion of state power? The issue is particularly pressing for developing and economies who remain vulnerable.

Interview – Hilton Root

Interview – Hilton Root

Dr Hilton Root talks about his book Dynamics Among Nations, non-Western perspectives on International Political Economy, ‘preventative chaos’ and development models.

Evolutionary Economics and the Question of Corporate Power

Evolutionary Economics and the Question of Corporate Power

If we want answers to the role of Multinational Enterprises in IR, we need to consider the blurring boundaries between market-based mechanisms and political rule.

Rethinking World Systems Theory and Hegemony: Towards a Marxist-Realist Synthesis

Rethinking World Systems Theory and Hegemony: Towards a Marxist-Realist Synthesis

Realist and Marxist theories analyse the international economy as one of hierarchies that territorially partition the world and concentrate economic wealth within states.

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.

Interview – Mark Blyth

Interview – Mark Blyth

Mark Blyth discusses the crises of the European Union, the repercussions of Brexit, alternatives to austerity, and his position as a “reluctant Constructivist”.

IR ‘News of the Week’: A Student’s Perspective

IR ‘News of the Week’: A Student’s Perspective

Discussing news issues with your peers is an unburdening exercise that helps develop research and presentation skills and builds confidence in applying theories.

Interview – Richard Murphy

Interview – Richard Murphy

Campaigner and academic Richard Murphy on the relations of transport history and taxes, the pleasures of paying tax, state capacity, and uncertainty in economics.

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.

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.

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