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Readings in international political economy / [edited by] David N. Balaam and Michael Veseth.

Contributor(s): Balaam, David N, 1950- | Veseth, MichaelMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Upper Saddle River, N.J. ; London : Prentice Hall : Prentice-Hall International, c1996. ISBN: 013149600XSubject(s): International economic relations | Economic relationsDDC classification: 337
Partial contents:
1. The International Political Economy / Miles Kahler -- 2. The Theory of the Powers of Production and the Theory of Values / Friedrich List -- 3. How the World Works / James Fallows -- 4. Of the Different Progress of Opulence in Different Nations / Adam Smith -- 5. Keynes's Middle Way / Robert Skidelsky -- 6. Manifesto of the Communist Party / Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels -- 7. The Development of Underdevelopment / Andre Gunder Frank -- 8. The Politics of Market Socialism / Andrei Shleifer and Robert W. Vishny -- 9. Trade Lessons from the World Economy / Peter F. Drucker -- 10. Circling the Wagons: The Trend Toward Economic Regionalism and Its Consequences for Asia / Karl J. Fields -- 11. A New World Order or a New Nationalism / Paul A. Volcker and Toyoo Gyohten -- 12. Beyond Bretton Woods: A New Blueprint / Jeffrey Sachs -- 13. Bretton Woods Revisited: A Gift from the Cold War / The Economist -- 14. The Evolution of the International Economic Order / W. Arthur Lewis -- 15. The Changing Nature of World Power / Joseph S. Nye, Jr. -- 16. Realeconomik: The Convergence of National Security and Economic Interdependence / Martin Tolchin and Susan J. Tolchin -- 17. Who Are the Copy Cats Now? / The Economist -- 18. The European Union / The Economist -- 19. Grand Illusion: The Failure of European Consciousness / Godfrey Hodgson -- 20. Time for a Global New Deal / Terry Collingsworth, J. William Goold and Pharis J. Harvey -- 21. Four Japanese Scenarios for the Future / Takashi Inoguchi -- 22. Russia's Work Ethic / Kyril Tidmarsh -- 23. Dual-Track Transition in China / Fan Gang -- 24. How Africa Can Prosper / Robert S. Browne -- 25. Asia's Emerging Economies / The Economist -- 26. Multinationals and Developing Countries: Myths and Realities / Peter F. Drucker -- 27. The Global Marketplace: A Closet Dictator / William Greider -- 28. Oil and Power After the Gulf War / Robert J. Lieber -- 29. The Tragedy of the Commons / Garrett Hardin -- 30. Lack of Access to Land and Food in El Salvador / Martin Diskin -- 31. Seeing the Population Issue Whole / Donella H. Meadows -- 32. Military Victory, Ecological Defeat / Michael G. Renner -- 33. What New World Order? / Joseph S. Nye, Jr. -- 34. Can the United States Afford the New World Order? / David P. Calleo.
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1. The International Political Economy / Miles Kahler -- 2. The Theory of the Powers of Production and the Theory of Values / Friedrich List -- 3. How the World Works / James Fallows -- 4. Of the Different Progress of Opulence in Different Nations / Adam Smith -- 5. Keynes's Middle Way / Robert Skidelsky -- 6. Manifesto of the Communist Party / Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels -- 7. The Development of Underdevelopment / Andre Gunder Frank -- 8. The Politics of Market Socialism / Andrei Shleifer and Robert W. Vishny -- 9. Trade Lessons from the World Economy / Peter F. Drucker -- 10. Circling the Wagons: The Trend Toward Economic Regionalism and Its Consequences for Asia / Karl J. Fields -- 11. A New World Order or a New Nationalism / Paul A. Volcker and Toyoo Gyohten -- 12. Beyond Bretton Woods: A New Blueprint / Jeffrey Sachs -- 13. Bretton Woods Revisited: A Gift from the Cold War / The Economist -- 14. The Evolution of the International Economic Order / W. Arthur Lewis -- 15. The Changing Nature of World Power / Joseph S. Nye, Jr. -- 16. Realeconomik: The Convergence of National Security and Economic Interdependence / Martin Tolchin and Susan J. Tolchin -- 17. Who Are the Copy Cats Now? / The Economist -- 18. The European Union / The Economist -- 19. Grand Illusion: The Failure of European Consciousness / Godfrey Hodgson -- 20. Time for a Global New Deal / Terry Collingsworth, J. William Goold and Pharis J. Harvey -- 21. Four Japanese Scenarios for the Future / Takashi Inoguchi -- 22. Russia's Work Ethic / Kyril Tidmarsh -- 23. Dual-Track Transition in China / Fan Gang -- 24. How Africa Can Prosper / Robert S. Browne -- 25. Asia's Emerging Economies / The Economist -- 26. Multinationals and Developing Countries: Myths and Realities / Peter F. Drucker -- 27. The Global Marketplace: A Closet Dictator / William Greider -- 28. Oil and Power After the Gulf War / Robert J. Lieber -- 29. The Tragedy of the Commons / Garrett Hardin -- 30. Lack of Access to Land and Food in El Salvador / Martin Diskin -- 31. Seeing the Population Issue Whole / Donella H. Meadows -- 32. Military Victory, Ecological Defeat / Michael G. Renner -- 33. What New World Order? / Joseph S. Nye, Jr. -- 34. Can the United States Afford the New World Order? / David P. Calleo.

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