Science and the system: IPE and international monetary politics

@article{Chaudoin2017ScienceAT,
  title={Science and the system: IPE and international monetary politics},
  author={Stephen Chaudoin and Helen V. Milner},
  journal={Review of International Political Economy},
  year={2017},
  volume={24},
  pages={681 - 698}
}
ABSTRACT A recent RIPE article by Jerry Cohen argues that current research on the political economy of money has stagnated because of its overemphasis on the scientific method and domestic variables. We argue that a wide array of scientifically oriented research on the IPE of money considers the system in many different ways. To help build a dialogue, we categorize each of these conceptions of ‘the system’ and give examples of their application from recent research on the IPE of money. Our hope… Expand
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