Monday, August 12, 2013

New Issue: Review of International Political Economy

The latest issue of the Review of International Political Economy (Vol. 20, no. 4, 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Nitsan Chorev, Restructuring neoliberalism at the World Health Organization
  • Patrick Sharma, Bureaucratic imperatives and policy outcomes: The origins of World Bank structural adjustment lending
  • Ulrich Brand & Markus Wissen, Crisis and continuity of capitalist society-nature relationships: The imperial mode of living and the limits to environmental governance
  • Antoni Verger & Barbara van Paassen, Human development vis-à-vis free trade: Understanding developing countries' positions in trade negotiations on education and intellectual property rights
  • David Fields & Matías Vernengo, Hegemonic currencies during the crisis: The dollar versus the euro in a Cartalist perspective
  • Thomas Richter, When do autocracies start to liberalize foreign trade? Evidence from four cases in the Middle East and North Africa
  • Bartholomew Paudyn, Credit rating agencies and the sovereign debt crisis: Performing the politics of creditworthiness through risk and uncertainty
  • Valbona Muzaka, Intellectual property protection and European ‘competitiveness'
  • Thomas B. Pepinsky, The domestic politics of financial internationalization in the developing world
  • Christopher Gandrud, The diffusion of financial supervisory governance ideas
  • Stephen Robert Buzdugan, Regionalism from without: External involvement of the EU in regionalism in southern Africa
  • Samuel Rueckert Brazys, Evidencing donor heterogeneity in Aid for Trade
  • Liviu Voinea, Revisiting crisis generators in Romania and other new EU member states