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The economic factor in international relations, a brief introduction, by Spyros Economides, and Peter Wilson

Summary
"'The Economic Factor in International Relations' is a timely reminder that economics cannot be treated unquestioningly, nor should its important be overvalued in the world today. An ideal guide for students of IR as well as history, politics or economics, it sets out the principles of that play-off between market and policy in the global arena, and seeks to establish the basis for an intelligent critique of economics' importance in the world order."--Bloomsbury Publishing
Table Of Contents
COVER; CONTENTS; PREFACE; ACRONYMS; PART I QUESTIONS, CONCEPTS, THEORIES; Chapter 1 The Economic Factor in International Relations; Chapter 2 Economic Liberalism; Chapter 3 Economic Nationalism; Chapter 4 Marxism and Imperialism; PART II INSTITUTIONS; Chapter 5 Bretton Woods and International Money Management; Chapter 6 GATT,WTO and Trade Relations; Chapter 7 The International Economic Order and the Challenge from the South; PART III ISSUES AND TRENDS; Chapter 8 Economic Aid; Chapter 9 Economic Sanctions; Chapter 10 Regionalism; Chapter 11 Globalisation; Conclusion The Borderful World
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Edition
First edition.
Note
Description based upon print version of record
Physical Description
1 online resource (240 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781282528307

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