PART I. Introduction and Overview 1. Introduction 2. Managing the Global Economy since World War II: The Institutional Framework PART II. Theoretical Perspectives 3. The Realist Perspective 4. The Liberal Perspective 5. Critical Perspectives PART III. The Issue Areas 6. International Monetary Relations 7. Global Trade Relations 8. Regionalism and the Global Trade Regime 9. Multinational Corporations and Global Production10. International Development 11. Foreign Debt and Financial Crises PART IV. Concluding Comments12. Current Trends in the Global Political Economy
Theodore H. Cohn is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Simon Fraser University.
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