Power, Money, and Trade: Decisions that Shape Global Economic Relations
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"A very readable and valuable guide to the politics of the world economy." - Charles Lipson, University of Chicago
Great introduction to international poltiical economy Cesi Well-written textbook that covers the basics of international political economy. I especially like the fact that it ties in theories with cases from history--it helps clarify the concepts and makes for a more interesting and entertaining read. It's one of those books that I've kept throughout the years and I still refer to from time to time. For graduate students taking comprehensive exams in international relations: this book is a must!. jagger said Interesting international politics!. Sooooo goood! I like this book. really interesting one.I think this book is a basic book for political science major. It is talking about Kenneth Waltz and other international politics' theologians.It is really interesting and funny.if you read this book with using index well, you will learn a lot of things!
He is the author of several books including Afterglow or Adjustment? (Columbia University Press, 1999) and Power, Money, and Trade: Decisions that Shape Global Economic Relations (University of Toronto Press, 2005).. He has taught at McGill since 1990, except for 2000-2001, when he was a visitor at Harvard's Department of Government. Mark R. Brawley is Professor of Political Science at McGill University in Montreal
This focus on the substantive material of the IPE allows a shift beyond traditional debates to include newer paradigms such as Constructivism and Institutionalism. This book is an introduction to International Relations that uses examples from International Political Economy (IPE). It presents the theories and paradigms of International Relations in the context of the issues of trade, investment, and monetary relations. The second half examines important historical cases chosen both to illustrate theories and also to chart the overall patterns of change. Readers are thereby introduced to important theories and issues in International Relations and to key historical episodes from the late nineteenth century to the recent East Asian financial crisis. Largely it does so by developing historical cases of pivotal events in the evolution of the IPE to illustrate the strengths and weaknesses of these theories. The result is a book that not only reveals and explains prominent arguments and debates, but also provides grounding in the history and structure of the IPE. The first half of the book explains the main features of the IPE. It develops and illustrates the way