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Michael Smith

In: Handbook of European Union Politics

Chapter 27: The European Union and International Political Economy: Trade, Aid and Monetary Policy

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The European Union and International Political Economy: Trade, Aid and Monetary Policy
The European Union and international political economy: Trade, aid and monetary policy
Introduction

At the core of the study of international political economy (IPE) are two sets of questions. The first set addresses the relationships between actors in the IPE: the nature of the actors themselves, how they are arrayed, and how the linkages between them are expressed -in particular, the linkages and tensions between state authorities and other actors in international markets. The second set of key questions, which intersects with the first, relates to the outcomes of activity in the IPE: it addresses issues of authority, equity and efficiency, and the ways in which practices within the IPE contribute to the achievement of ...

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