Milner (1998)- International Political Economy-Beyong Hegemonic Stability

Milner (1998)- International Political Economy-Beyong Hegemonic Stability

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International Political Economy: Beyond Hegemonic Stability Helen V. Milner (1998) Milner, Helen V. 1998. “International Political Economy: Beyond Hegemonic Stability.” Foreign Policy. 110: 112-123. Section 1: Introduction 4 aspects of IPE that are trying to be explained: 1. “…economics was too narrow to explain central aspects of the international economy.” 112 2. “…Explaining states’ foreign economic policy choices.” 113 3. “…why do certain states grow rapidly and grow over time, while others fail to do so or decline.” 4. “…interested in the impact of the international economy on domestic politics, an issue often explored under the rubric of the globalization of national economies.” 4 Categories of Explanatory Factors: 1. “…the distribution of world power, especially the role of a hegemonic state.” 2. “…the structure, function, and consequences of international institutions,” 3. “…the impact of nonmaterialist factors such as ideas and beliefs” 4. “…the effect of domestic politics.” Section 2: Does Hegemony Breed Stability? Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act of 1930 fucked the world up
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