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Volume OnePART ONE: HISTORY AND THEORIES OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMYIntroduction - Angus Cameron, Anastasia Nesvetailova and Ronen PalanWhat Is International Political Economy?The Study of International Political Economy - Robert GilpinInternational Political Economy - S Krasner Abiding DiscordWake up, Krasner! The World Has Changed - S StrangeKey Theoretical TextsSocial Space - H LefebvreInternational Regimes, Transactions and Change - John Gerard Ruggie Embedded Liberalism in the Post-War Economic OrderSocial Forces, States and World Orders - Robert W Cox Beyond International Relations TheoryDifferential Accumulation - J Nitzan Toward a New Political Economy of CapitalVarieties of Capitalism and Varieties of Economic Theory - G HodgsonSymbolic Economics - A Koritz and D Koritz Adventures in the Metaphorical MarketplaceHistoryRestructuring the 13th Century World System - Janet L Abu-LughodDivisions of Time and Space in Europe and the First European World Economy - Fernand BraudelThe Strong Core States - Immanuel Wallerstein Class-Formation and International CommerceVolume TwoContinues from Part One: History and Theories of International Political EconomyThe Hundreds' Year Peace - K PolanyiThe Lockean Heartland in the International Political Economy - K van der PijlThe First Tranformation - S Halperin Social Forces in the Rise of Europe's 19th Century Market SystemPART TWO: STATES, POWER AND HEGEMONYOrthodox Theories of HegemonyHierarchy versus Inertial Co-Operation - C P KindlebergerThe Limits of Hegemonic Stability Theory - Duncan SnidalThe Persistent Myth of 'Lost' Hegemony - Susan StrangeLeadership, Hegemony and the International Economy - D A Lake Naked Emperor or Tattered Monarch with Potential?International Political Economy - Helen V Milner Beyond Hegemonic StabilityAlternative Theories of HegemonyGramsci, Hegemony and International Relations - R W Cox An Essay in MethodThe Three Instances of Hegemony in the History of the Capitalist World Economy - Immanuel WallersteinThe StateThe Crisis of the National Spatio-Temporal Fix and the Tendential Ecological Dominance of Globalizing Capitalism - Bob JessopThe State in the Global Political Economy - Ronen Palan, J Abbott and P DeansNation State, International Regulation and the Question of Democracy - Joachim HirschCompetitiveness - Paul Krugman A Dangerous ObsessionRegionalismRegionalism and Multilateralism - Jagdish Bhagwati An OverviewRegions in the Global Political Economy - M Bernard Beyond the Local-Global Divide in the Formation of the Eastern Asian RegionNegotiating the Single European Act - A Moravcsik National Interests and Conventional Statecraft in the European CommunityEuropean Governance and New Constitutionalism - S Gill Economic and Monetary Union and Alternatives to Disciplinary Neo-Liberalism in EuropeVolume ThreeContinues from Part Two: States, Power and HegemonyGlobal GovernanceThe WTO and the Undermining of Global Environmental Governance - Ken ConcaThe World Trade Organization - R PeetTrade and Competition - John Braithwaite and Peter DrahosPrivate Rights versus Public Standards in the WTO - Sol PicciottoThe Expansion of Global Governance in the Third World - Y HalabiThe Strange History of the Washington Consensus - John WilliamsonPART THREE: CENTRAL ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY: PRODUCTION, TRADE AND FINANCEProduction, Distribution, New Corporate FormsThe Politics of Productivity - Charles S Maier Foundations of American International Economic Policy after World War IIThe Historical Sequence of the Information Technology Revolution - Manuel CastellsNetwork Forms of Organization - Joel M Podolny and Karen L PageBank Control, Owner Control or Organizational Dynamics - N Fligstein and P Brantley Who Controls the Large Modern Corporation?Industrial Development, Globalization and Multinational Enterprises - Rajneesh Narula and John H Dunning New Realities for Developing CountriesThe Changed World Economy - Peter DruckerTradeStrengthening the Global Trade Architecture for Development - B Hoekman The Post-Doha AgendaTrade, Jobs and Wages - P Krugman and R LawrenceTrade Wars and Trade Talks - G M Grossman and E HelpmanTrade Lessons from the World Economy - Peter DruckerVolume FourContinues from Part Three: Central Issues in International Political Economy: Production, Trade and FinanceCowed by Corporations - M WolfHow Trade Hurt Unskilled Workers - A WoodThe Private Economy of the Post-National State - Ronen Palan and A CameronFinanceThe Global Capital Market - Maurice Obstfeld Benefactor or Menace?The Evolution of the International Monetary and Financial System - HelleinerNeo-Liberalism and the International Financial Instability - M WolfsonThe Era of Decentralized Globalization - R GermainThe State, the City and the Euromarkets - Gary BurnThe Gathering World Slump and the Battle over Capital Controls - R Wade and F VenerosoThe Reconstruction of the International Financial Architecture - A Cartapanis and M Herland Keynes' Revenge?PART FOUR: INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM: EMERGING ISSUES AND THEORIESTheorizing GlobalizationBabylon and on? Globalization and International Political Economy - B RosamondConfiguring the Global - A Cameron and Ronen Palan Globalization as Spatio-Temporal NarrativeThe End of the Old Order? Globalization and the Prospects for World Order - David Held and Anthony McGrewMissing the Point - S Elden Globalization, Deterritorialization and the Space of the WorldCritical Reflections on the Westphalian Assumptions of International Law and Organization - A C Cutler A Crisis of LegitimacyVolume FiveContinues from Part Four: International Political Economy in the New Millennium: Emerging Issues and TheoriesStructural ReconfigurationWhose Sovereignty? Empire versus International Law - J L CohenThe Case for th Tobin Tax and Global Re-Regulation - H Patom[um]akiMonetary Governance in a World of Regional Currencies - B CohenThe Rise of Soft Capitalism - N ThriftMonetized Time-Space - M Pryke and J Allen Derivatives - Money's 'New Imaginary'?National Structures and Multinational Corporate Behavior - L W Pauly and S Reich Enduring Differences in the Age of GlobalizationIntroduction - Michael HudsonThe New Divisions - R Martin A Geography ReconsideredThe New Political Economy of War, Crime and CorruptionOffshore - Sol Picciotto The State as Legal FictionTax Havens and the Commercialization of Sovereignty - Ronen PalanPrivatization of Security, Arms Proliferation and the Process of State Collapse in Afric - Musah Abdel-FatauThe Underworld of Gold - R T NaylorThe Political Ecology of War - P Le Billon Natural Resources and Armed ConflictsIllicit International Political Economy - P Andreas The Clandestine Side of Globalization
My work lies at the intersection between international relations, political economy, political theory, sociology and human geography. I have been working for many years on three interrelated areas. I am particularly interested in state theory and in the changing nature of the state and modes of governance in the contemporary globalised economy. I have written on the changing nature of the state in the age of globalisation. I am interested not only in the most powerful states, but also in the smallest states in the world, the tax havens, which have become, together with offshore finance, a second area of research interest. I have done in additional considerable research on different facets of contemporary theory, from realism to constructivism to post-Marxism. I am particularly interested in developing an alternative approach to political economy drawn on evolutionary institutionalism, post-rationalist perspectives and libidinal theories of political economy, the latter often confused with poststructuralism