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International Political Economy: An Intellectual History
List of Illustrations ix Acknowledgments xi Abbreviations xiii Introduction 1 CHAPTER ONE: The American School 16 CHAPTER TWO: The British School 44 CHAPTER THREE: A Really Big Question 66 CHAPTERExpand
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The transatlantic divide: Why are American and British IPE so different?
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  • Political Science, Sociology
  • 25 January 2007
THE TRANSATLANTIC DIVIDE: WHY ARE AMERICAN AND BRITISH IPE SO DIFFERENT? * Benjamin J. Cohen An academic field of study may be said to exist when a coherent body of knowledge is constructed to defineExpand
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A common currency, as envisioned in the Maastricht treaty, is thought to be the surest way to "lock in" commitments to monetary cooperation among sovereign states. But historical evidence suggestsExpand
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Sovereign wealth funds and national security: the Great Tradeoff
One of the most striking financial developments in recent years was the emergence of sovereign wealth funds (SWFs) – large publicly owned investment portfolios, which until recently were growingExpand
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The geography of money
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The International Monetary System: Diffusion and Ambiguity
Ample evidence exists to suggest that the distribution of power in international monetary affairs is changing. But where does monetary power now reside, and what are the implications for governanceExpand
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Phoenix Risen: The Resurrection of Global Finance
Of all the many changes of the world economy since World War II, few have been nearly so dramatic as the resurrection of global finance. A review of five recent books suggests considerable diversityExpand
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Can the Euro Ever Challenge the Dollar?
Can the euro ever challenge the dollar as an international currency? This article argues that Europe's new money is fated to remain a distant second to America's greenback, for four reasons. First isExpand
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The transatlantic divide: A rejoinder
ABSTRACT John Ravenhill and Richard Higgott and Matthew Watson, in commenting on my earlier article, accuse me of distortion, favoritism, and making the quality of debate of RIPE worse rather thanExpand
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