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PS186 - Section 15:51:00 eCohanpiece, Thegilptin H

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Section  30/09/2010 15:51:00 eCohan piece, do we live in an area that is currently different?  This is one of the primary questions to get out of this class! International-globalization  The gilptin  Focuses on nation states  International organizations that are composed of nations states  How the states behave  o absolute gains (right away) o Relative gains (the after affect)  Talking about the specific state itself  System governance: regimes! o International regimes: Kyoto protocol; the produce of pluralism… the  product of negotiation to produce and international set of rules of the  international political economy. To limit the carbon emission, state  behavior have to comply with those rules. Governance policy shapes  behavior. These are the two parts to understand political economy.  o Does economic globalization in the form of trade liberalization is that  changing fundamental political behavior? Three piece to the field:  Globalization  Actor behavior  System governance IPE (uppercase)  The study of interaction between political and economy  Ipe (lowercase)  Refers to the empirical world, trade relations,  relationship btw multinational  economy.  How globalization affect economic and politics  The Cohan  1. That yes, globalization is different from what we observe today.  2. Inter-national (interdependence increase and sensitivity)  o does issues areas (trade, finance, environment) affect globalization?  The financial collapse… strong evidence  Ask you to asset with the international political economy looks like… the  current era of globalization has transformed or the same! 
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Lecture (Monday)   30/09/2010 15:51:00 The highest priority is controlling the levels of deficient.  II. Analytical Perspectives On Political Economy  1. Liberalism  2. Realism (statism, economic nationalism, mercantilism)  3. Marxism (structuralism, historical materialism)  Analytical Perspectives on IPE – Liberalism  A. focus: individuals, households, enterprises B. nature of economic relations: harmonious, interest reconcilable  Relationships btw economics and politics” economics drives politics
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PS186 - Section 15:51:00 eCohanpiece, Thegilptin H

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