THE POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS delivers the full breadth and depth of coverage readers need to truly understand the politics of today's world economy. Completely updated, the seventh edition reflects the sweeping changes that continue to reshape the international arena. It offers solid, 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 it ideal for equipping readers with a global perspective.
Table of Contents
Part I: AN OVERVIEW.
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.