The Diversity of Economic Nationalism

  title={The Diversity of Economic Nationalism},
  author={Eric Helleiner},
  journal={New Political Economy},
  pages={229 - 238}
  • E. Helleiner
  • Published 23 November 2020
  • Sociology
  • New Political Economy
ABSTRACT The growing political salience of economic nationalism after the 2008 financial crisis has strengthened arguments made in pre-crisis political economy (PE) scholarship about the enduring importance of this ideology and the need for more study of the economic significance of nationalism and national identities. Scholarship on this topic suffers, however, from some blindspots that inhibit understanding of the two most systemically important strands of this ideology in recent years: those… 

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