Tuesday, April 18, 2017

New Issue: Review of International Political Economy

The latest issue of the Review of International Political Economy (Vol. 24, no. 2, 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Commentaries
    • Erica Owen & Stefanie Walter, Open economy politics and Brexit: insights, puzzles, and ways forward
    • Mark Blyth & Matthias Matthijs, Black Swans, Lame Ducks, and the mystery of IPE's missing macroeconomy
    • Henry Farrell & Abraham Newman, BREXIT, voice and loyalty: rethinking electoral politics in an age of interdependence
    • Vivien A. Schmidt, Britain-out and Trump-in: a discursive institutionalist analysis of the British referendum on the EU and the US presidential election
    • Aida A. Hozić & Jacqui True, Brexit as a scandal: gender and global trumpism
  • Original Articles
    • Leonard Seabrooke & Kevin L. Young, The networks and niches of international political economy
    • Heike Döring, Rodrigo Salles Pereira dos Santos & Eva Pocher, New developmentalism in Brazil? The need for sectoral analysis