This interdisciplinary collection of readings helps students understand state-market relations. It is designed to stand on its own or to supplement other IPE texts.
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This interdisciplinary collection of readings helps lower–division students understand state–market relations. The text is designed to stand on its own or to supplement other IPE texts (such as Balaam and Veseth's Introduction to International Political Economy).From the Back Cover:
Key Benefit: An eclectic effort by theorists and practitioners from different disciplines, this enlighting collection of readings helps readers understand and account for the relationship of politics to economics, and power to wealth—or what is commonly referred to as state-market relations. It offers an opportunity to examine in detail pieces of the classic works of some of the most influential thinkers on the subject, including such "masters" as Adam Smith, Friedrich List, and Karl Marx. Key Topics: Selects readings that are straightforward and easy-to-follow, making it highly accessible to users with very little to no background in politics, economics, or sociology. Offers broad topic coverage, enabling readers to see international political economy as a complex set of state-market relationships, and giving them the tools to analyze and conceptually understand the role of a number of actors, institutions, and issues. Market: For those in the political science, social science and other related interdisciplinary fields.
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Book Description Prentice Hall College Div, 1995. No binding. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-133-X0-1069101