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THE POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS is the first book to give students the breadth and depth of scholarship they need to truly understand the politics of today's world economy. The exciting new seventh edition has been completely updated to reflect the sweeping changes that continue to reshape the international arena. The new edition strengthens the text's contemporary coverage of political and economic relations, economic polarization in developing nations, and the roots of economic decline in centrally planned economies. An emphasis on the impact of globalization makes this definitive text ideal for use as a core text for the International Political Economy course or as a supplement in the International Relations course.
- Completely updated, THE POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS, Seventh Edition, delivers the most current coverage available, including new content on the rise of China and India and new discussions of the Doha Round.
- A thorough discussion of the evolving nature of globalization and its impact on the world economy gives students valuable--and practical--insight into today's economy.
- Expanded coverage of anti-globalization movements provides more complete treatment of this key topic.
- THE POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS, Seventh Edition, draws from its renowned author team's vast experience in the political arena and in the classroom. Seasoned professors, both have also served in key government positions (Joan Spero served as undersecretary of state for economic, business, and agricultural affairs in the Clinton Administration). This combination of political and teaching expertise results in a text that delivers practical, cutting-edge coverage that gives students valuable insight into today's world economy.
- The seventh edition of THE POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS continues the text's trademark focus on the history of international economic regimes since World War II.
1. From Management to Governance in International Economic Relations.
Part II: THE WESTERN SYSTEM.
2. Governing the International Monetary System.
3. International Trade and Domestic Politics.
4. The Multinational Corporation and Global Governance.
Part III: THE NORTH-SOUTH SYSTEM.
5. The North-South System and the Possibility of Change.
6. Financial Flows to Developing Countries.
7. Trade and Development Strategies.
8. Multinational Corporations in the Third World.
9. Oil, Commodity Cartels, and Power.
Part IV: IMPLICATIONS OF THE END OF THE COLD WAR.
10. The Transition to Capitalism in Formerly Communist Countries.
11. Conclusions: Globalization and Governance.