is Political Economy?
THE POLITICAL SPECTRUM
India Indonesia other Asia Australia
Germany Britain France Netherlands Scandanavia
Russia East Europe Baltic States
Canada Latin America
|FOCI OF POLITICAL ECONOMY
Property and Ownership
Labor, Work, and Consumption
Firms and Corporate Governance
Markets and Self-Organization
Taxation and Regulation
Growth and Development
Productivity and Innovation
Citizenship, Civic Culture, Social Capital
|INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY |
International Trade: Overviews and Barriers
International Influence on Domestic Political Economy
World Trading Blocs
Economic Nationalism and Imperialism
Political Economy of War and Terrorism
Politics of World Economic Cycles
|SUB-NATIONAL AND NATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
Regional Political Economy
Labor and Business Organizations
Central Banks and Monetary Policy
National Financial Systems and Fiscal Policy
Education and Training
State Size and Structure, Deconcentration, and Devolution
Political Business Cycles: Electoral and Partisan
|GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY |
Theories of Globalization
Cross-National Production Networks
New Economy, Information Economy
Global Social Movements
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