Rethinking Global Political Economy
Routledge/RIPE Studies in Global Political Economy
Editor: Kurt Burch
Editor: Robert A. Denemark
Editor: Kenneth P. Thomas
Editor: Mary Ann Tétreault
Table of Contents
Introduction1. New Odysseys in the Global Political Economy: Fundamentalist Contention and Economic
Conflict Mary Ann Tétreault2. Analytical Advances to Address New Dynamics V.Spike Peterson3.
Metageographical Moments: A Geohistorical interpretation of Embedded Statism and Globalization Peter
J. Taylor4. Creating Global Hegemony: Culture and the Market Barbara Jenkins5. Globalization as Global
History: Introducing a Dialectical Analysis Barry K. Gills6. Mergers, Stagflation, and the Logic of
Globalization Jonathan Nitzan7. Global Dreams and Local Anger: From Structural to Acute Violence in a
Globalizing World Peter Uvin8. Globalization, "New" Trade Theory, and a Keynesian Reformist project
Hartmut Elsenhans9. Exploitation and Solidarity: Putting the Political Back into IPE Alejandro Colás10.
The Globalization of Human Affairs: A Reconsideration of Science, Political Economy, and World Order
Clark Miller11. Alternative Directions in the Study of the Global Political Economy Robert A. Denemark
Rethinking Global Political Economy contains incisive analysis of history, linguistics, class, culture,
empirical data and normative concerns.This important volume presents innovative approaches to
fundamental issues in global political economy. Together they provide multiple arguments and avenues for
rethinking global political economy in a time of turmoil and system transformation. It will appeal to those
interested in seeing new perspectives and healthy heterodoxy in the study of political economy.