TRIPs across the Atlantic: Theory and epistemology in IPE

@article{Lake2009TRIPsAT,
  title={TRIPs across the Atlantic: Theory and epistemology in IPE},
  author={David A. Lake},
  journal={Review of International Political Economy},
  year={2009},
  volume={16},
  pages={47 - 57}
}
  • David A. Lake
  • Published 16 February 2009
  • Economics
  • Review of International Political Economy
ABSTRACT Beginning from the Teaching, Research, and International Politics (TRIP) survey, this paper outlines the most important emerging paradigm in international political economy (IPE), known as open economy politics (OEP). This approach forms the core of the ‘American’ school of IPE. The paper then contrasts the epistemology of OEP, based on partial equilibrium analysis, with that of the ‘British’ school of IPE, which favors a more holistic approach. This difference is not captured well in… 
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