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dc.contributor.editorLAWTON, Thomas C.
dc.contributor.editorROSENAU, James N.
dc.contributor.editorVERDUN, Amy
dc.date.accessioned2012-05-03T13:07:54Z
dc.date.available2012-05-03T13:07:54Z
dc.date.issued2000
dc.identifier.citationAldershot ; Burlington : Ashgate, 2000en
dc.identifier.isbn0754613240
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/1814/21766
dc.description.abstractStrange Power contains a broad range of first-rate essays by wellwn authors that are inspired by the far-ranging scholarship of Susan Strange. This book is a fitting posthumous tribute to one of the intellectual leaders in the field of international political economy.
dc.description.tableofcontents--PART I THE POWER PILLARS OF THE WORLD POLITICAL ECONOMY --1 Introduction: Looking Beyond the Confines / Thomas C. Lawton, James N. Rosenau and Amy C. Verdun 3 --2 Setting the Parameters: A Strange World System / Jonathan Story 19 --3 Knowledge and Structural Power in the International Political Economy / Lynn K. Mytelka 39 --4 The Evolving Global Production Structure: Implications for International Political Economy / Thomas C. Lawton and Kevin P. Michaels 57 --PART II GLOBAL FINANCE AND STATE POWER --5 Money Power: Shaping the Global Financial System / Amy C. Verdun 77 --6 Money and Power in World Politics / Benjamin J. Cohen 91 --7 Global Money and the Decline of State Power / Geoffrey R.D. Underhill 115 --PART III CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS --8 Criticizing US Method and Thought in International Relations: Why a Trans-Atlantic Divide Narrows IR's - Research Subject / Bertjan Verbeek 139 --9 Theorizing the 'No-Man's-Land' Between Politics and Economics / A. Claire Cutler 159 --10 Ideology, Knowledge and Power in International Relations and International Political Economy / Roger Tooze 175 --PART IV STATE POWER AND GLOBAL HEGEMONY --11 The Retreat of the State? / Robert Gilpin 197 --12 Strange's Oscillating Realism: Opposing the Ideal — and the Apparent / Stefano Guzzini 215 --13 Still an Extraordinary Power, but for how much Longer? The United States in World Finance / Eric Helleiner 229 --14 The United States and World Trade: Hegemony by Proxy? / Judith Goldstein 249 --PART V PARTITIONING THE GLOBAL ECONOMY --15 European Competitiveness and Enlargement: Is There Anyone in Charge? / Julie Pellegrin 275 --16 The Dynamics of Paralysis: Japan in the Global Era / Jean-Pierre Lehmann 295 --17 Regional Blocks and International Relations: Economic Groupings or Political Hegemons? / Alfred Tovias 321 --18 Strange Looks on Developing Countries: A Neglected Kaleidoscope of Questions / Anna Leander 343 --PART VI EMERGING AGENDAS --19 The Doubtful Handshake: From International to Comparative Political Economy? / G.P.E. Walzenbach 369 --20 Going Beyond States and Markets to Civil Societies? 391 --PART VII CONCLUSIONS --21 Reflections: Blurring the Boundaries and Shaping the Agenda / David C. Earnest, Louis W. Pauly, James N. Rosenau, Thomas C. Lawton and Amy C. Verdun 409 --Addendum: Fifty Years of International Affairs Analysis: An Annotated Bibliography of Susan Strange's Academic Publications / Christopher May 421en
dc.language.isoenen
dc.publisherAshgateen
dc.titleStrange power : shaping the parameters of international relations and international political economyen
dc.typeBooken
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dc.description.versionPublished version of EUI PhD thesis, 1995en


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