Theorizing the Financial Statecraft of Emerging Powers

@article{Armijo2015TheorizingTF,
  title={Theorizing the Financial Statecraft of Emerging Powers},
  author={L. E. Armijo and S. Katada},
  journal={New Political Economy},
  year={2015},
  volume={20},
  pages={42 - 62}
}
‘Financial statecraft’, or the intentional use of credit, investment and currency levers by the incumbent governments of creditor – and sometimes debtor – states for both international economic and political advantage, has a long history, ranging from money doctors to currency wars. A neorealist, zero-sum framing of international monetary relations is not inevitable, yet casts a persistent shadow especially during periods of prospective interstate power transitions when previously peripheral… Expand
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