Friday, December 7, 2012

New Issue: Review of International Political Economy

The latest issue of the Review of International Political Economy (Vol. 19, no. 5, 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Greg Anderson, Securitization and sovereignty in post-9/11 North America
  • Laszlo Bruszt & Gerald A. McDermott, Integrating rule takers: Transnational integration regimes shaping institutional change in emerging market democracies
  • Andrea Pechova, Legitimising discourses in the framework of European integration: The politics of Euro adoption in the Czech Republic and Slovakia
  • Adam N. Stulberg, Strategic bargaining and pipeline politics: Confronting the credible commitment problem in Eurasian energy transit
  • Michael M. Bechtel, Thomas Bernauer & Reto Meyer, The green side of protectionism: Environmental concerns and three facets of trade policy preferences
  • Alexander Libman & Evgeny Vinokurov, Post-Soviet integration and the interaction of functional bureaucracies
  • Amy A. Quark, Scientized politics and global governance in the cotton trade: Evaluating divergent theories of scientization
  • Cornelia Woll, Open skies, closed markets: Future games in the negotiation of international air transport
  • Matthew Louis Bishop, The political economy of small states: Enduring vulnerability?