Tuesday, April 2, 2019

New Issue: Review of International Political Economy

The latest issue of the Review of International Political Economy (Vol. 26, no. 1, 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Section: New directions in the IPE of Energy
    • Caroline Kuzemko, Andrew Lawrence & Matthew Watson, New directions in the international political economy of energy
    • Peter Newell, Trasformismo or transformation? The global political economy of energy transitions
    • Benjamin K. Sovacool & Götz Walter, Internationalizing the political economy of hydroelectricity: security, development and sustainability in hydropower states
    • Caroline Kuzemko, Re-scaling IPE: local government, sustainable energy and change
    • Kate J. Neville, Jackie Cook, Jennifer Baka, Karen Bakker & Erika S. Weinthal, Can shareholder advocacy shape energy governance? The case of the US antifracking movement
    • Diego Fossati, Embedded diasporas: ethnic prejudice, transnational networks and foreign investment
    • Sung-Young Kim, Hybridized industrial ecosystems and the makings of a new developmental infrastructure in East Asia’s green energy sector
    • Bentley B. Allan, Paradigm and nexus: neoclassical economics and the growth imperative in the World Bank, 1948–2000