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International Political Economy and the Crises of the 1970s: The Real 'Transatlantic Divide'

@inproceedings{Germann2011InternationalPE,
  title={International Political Economy and the Crises of the 1970s: The Real 'Transatlantic Divide'},
  author={Julian Germann},
  year={2011}
}
Recent years have seen a renewed interest in the intellectual history of International Political Economy (IPE). However, framed in terms of a growing divergence between an ‘American’ and a ‘British’ school, the debate has done little more than rehash well-known ontological, epistemological, and methodological differences between problem-solving and critical theory. This essay contends that situating the emergence of the field in the context of the crisis of the 1970s can do more to advance a… 
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