Cohn and Piketty describe several international relations theories.
1) Which of these international relations theories are evident in the ideas expressed by
Gertner, Laduke, Waring, Pinky, Marx (as explained by David Harvey and "Spark
Notes"), and Preside
According to Cohn, REALISTS SEE EACH STATE AS BEING MOST
CONCERNED WITH RELATIVE GAINS Pg. 57. In this case, if we connect the
concept of realism to what Piketty mentions, we can see that his views do not match the
concept of realism. Piketty mentions the
Globalization refers to the integration of a world wide capitalist system of production,
distribution and consumerism. Cohn, Mcintyre, Chomsky, Pinky, Alan Greenspan, Naomi
Klein, Eric Foner, and Milton Friedman all express views on winners and losers in
April 21st, 2014
International Political Economy
Spring 2, 2014
Instructions: There are two parts to this exam. Your essays will be graded on the depth and
clarity of your analysis and on how well you incorporate course materia
Final Part I,
May 17th, 2014.
China overtaking the U.S. as worlds largest economy, time
for something new?
The world has nothing to fear from the US losing power. Weisbrot is claiming that China
overtaking the U.S. a
Final Part II,
May 17th, 2014.
1. Discuss the role of multinational corporations (MNC) and foreign direct
investment (FDI) in the global economy from two different IPE perspectives. In
your opinion, which perspective
1) Cohn states that it is beneficial for two countries to trade EVEN IT IS DOES
NOT HAVE AN ABSOLUTE ADVANTAGE IN PRODUCING ANY GOOD. Cohn
refers to a scenario in which country A can produce a good, and for the purpose of this
discussion, let us assume th