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IPE1970

The Trans-Atlantic DivideAmerican School


British School

Craig MurphyRoger
To o z e
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common sense

Craig Murphy and Roger Tooze,Getting Beyond the Common Sense of the IPE Orthodoxy, in
Craig Murphy and Roger Tooze , eds., The New International Political EconomyBoulder, CO:
Lynne
Rienner, 1991
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New International
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Political Economy

Critical IPE

Susan Strange

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2 Ibid., pp. 5-6.


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IPE

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British? Global?
And Critical?

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British School

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GPEIPE 47
Critical IPE

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IRIPE

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IPEIPE

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complex

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1-1

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1-2

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1-3IPE

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1-4IPEIPE

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2-1

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2-2

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2-3

66

4-1 IR

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4-2IPE

105

5-11945-2004

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5-2

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6-1

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6-2

158

7-11983

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7-2

190

7-31992

199

7-41997-2001

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4-1Feminist IPE

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4-2IPE

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5-2

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7-2

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7-3

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International RelationIR

Robert Gilpin
IPEIR
IPE
IPEAmerican School
1

British School
IPEIPE Critical
2

IPE IPENeo-Gramscianism
1

English School
British School

English School British SchoolEnglish


SchoolHedley Bull, Someone at BISA Said That There Was No British School,
Nonsense, in Kai Alderson and Andrew Hurrell, eds., Hedley Bull on International Society (London:
Macmillan Press, 2000), p. 46. Roy Jones, The English School of International Relations: A Case
for Closure, Review of International Studies, Vol. 7, No. 1 (1981), pp. 1-13. Hidemi Suganami,
British Institutions, or The English School, 20 Years On, International Relations, Vol. 17,
No. 3 (2003), pp. 253-272. The English School in A Nutshell,Ritsumeikan Annual Review of
International Studies, Vol. 9 (2010), pp. 15-28.
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Craig N. Murphy & Douglas R. Nelson, International Political Economy: A Tale of Two
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Heterodoxies, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Vol. 3, No. 3 (2001), p. 394.

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ConstructivismFeminismEnvironmentalism
4

IPEcritical
IPEIPEIPE

IPE

IPEIPE
IPE
IR/IPE
5

IPE
IPEIPEIPE

S. Whitworth, Feminism and International Relations: Toward a Political Economy of Gender


in Interstate and Non-Governmental Institutions (London: Macmillan Press, 1997). G. Waylen, You
Still Dont Understand: Why Troubled Engagements Continue Between Feminists and (Critical)
IPE, Review of International Studies, Vol. 32, No. 1 (2006), pp. 145-148. P. Grifn, Refashioning
IPE: What and How Gender Analysis Teaches International (Global) Political Economy, Review of
International Political Economy, Vol. 14, No. 4 (2007), pp. 723-725.
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B. Dunn, Global Political Economy: A Marxist Critique (London: Pluto Press, 2009), pp. 4869; R.C. Miller, International Political Economy: Contrasting World Views (London: Routledge,
2008), pp. 48-54; D.N. Balaam & M. Veseth, Introduction to International Political Economy (Upper
Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2008, 4th ed.), pp. 89-92.
5
IR/IPE

IPE
Alexander WendtSocial Constructivism

intersubjectivity

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1970IPE
IR

IPE

ideologytheory
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IPEIPE
IPE
Classical ImperialismDependency TheoryDependent Development TheoryWorld-

Robert Gilpin, The Political Economy of International Relations (Princeton, NJ: Princeton
University Press, 1987), pp. 25-64.
7
Ibid., pp. 28-31.
8
Ibid., pp. 31-33.
9
Ibid., pp. 38-41.
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System Theory
IPEHegemonic Stability Theory
Complex Interdependency Theory
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IPE
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Immanuel Wallerstein
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IPEIR

IPE
1990IPE

IPE
rational choice
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Social Coalition Theory Open Economy


14

Politics Robert Keohane1990


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IPEOld IPENew IPE IPE

10

11
Gilpin, The Political Economy of International Relations, p. 10.
12
Immanuel Wallerstein, The Modern World-System I: Capitalist Agriculture and the Origins of the
European World-Economy in the Sixteenth Century (New York: Academic Press, 1974).
13
Ronald Rogowski, Commerce and Coalitions: How Trade Affects Domestic Political Alignments
(Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1989).
14
David A. Lake, Open Economy Politics: A Critical Review, The Review of International
Organization, Vol. 4, Issue 3 (2009), pp. 219-244.
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Robert Keohane, The Old IPE and New, Review of International Political Economy, Vol. 16, No.
1 (2009), pp. 34-46.
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IPE1990New
IPE1991Craig N. MurphRoger
Tooze
IPEOrthodox International
Political Economy
IPE
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New International Political Economy, New IPE IPE


Geoffrey R.D. Underhill
2000IPEinterdiscipline
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IPEIRIR

IPEDouglas R. Nelson2001
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The Transatlantic Divide
IPE

Craig N. Murphy & Roger Tooze, The New International Political Economy (Boulder, CO: Lynne
Rienner, 1991), pp. 5-6.
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Geoffrey R.D. Underhill, State, Market, and Global Political Economy: Genealogy of an (Inter?)
Discipline, International Affairs, Vol. 76, No. 4 (2000), p. 807.
18
Murphy & Nelson, International Political Economy: A Tale of Two Heterodoxies, 2001.
International OrganizationIOIO
Review of International Political EconomyNew
Political
Economy
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Robert W. CoxStephen GillYork UniversityKees van der Pijl

orthodoxy
heterodoxypositivistcriticalconservatismradicalismIPEAmerican
British

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2008IPEBenjamin J. Cohen
International Political Economy: An Intellectual History
IPE
Robert GilpinCharles P. KindlebergerStephen
D. KrasnerRobert KeohanePeter J. Katzenstein
Susan StrangeRobert Cox

2009Review of International
Political EconomyRIPENew Political EconomyNPE
IPE

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Craig N. Murphy & Douglas R. Nelson, Conclusion: Explaining A Thriving Heterodoxy, in J.


Abbott & O. Worth, eds., Critical Perspectives on International Political Economy (Basing-Stoke,
UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002), pp. 178-191. Benjamin J. Cohen, International Political Economy:
An Intellectual History (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2008). Craig N. Murphy, Do
the Left-Out Matter? New Political Economy, Vol. 14, No. 3 (2009), p. 362.
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Thinking Outside the Orthodoxy-
2009
2011

2007
2010
2011
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critical perspectivesIPE
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IPEIPE
IPE
IPE
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IPE
IPENeo-Gramscianism
IPE

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IPE
IPE
IPE
IPEIPE
critical perspectivesIPEIPE

Critical

2010
2011IPE
2012
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Murphy & Nelson, International Political Economy: A Tale of Two Heterodoxies, p. 394.
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Bastiaan Van Apeldoorn, Ian Bruff and Magnus Ryner, The Richness and Diversity of Critical IPE
Perspectives: Moving Beyond the Debate on British School, in Nicola Phillips and Catherine
Weaver, eds., International Political Economy: Debating the Past, Present and Future (Abingdon:
Routledge, 2011), p. 215.
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Georgina Waylen, You Still Dont Understand: Why Troubled Engagements Continue Between
Feminists and (Critical) IPE, pp. 145-148. Penny Griffin, Refashioning IPE: What and How
Gender Analysis Teaches International (Global) Political Economy, pp. 723-725.
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Stuart ShieldsIan BruffHuw Macartney
2011Critical International
Political Economy: Dialogue, Debate and Dissensus2011Journal of International Relations and Development2012International Politics
IPEIPE
IPEIPE

IPEIPE
IPE2007-2008
IPE
problem-driven

Whats Critical?

Immanuel Kant

critique
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

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Karl Marx

24
2001407
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intersubjective
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IPE
IPE
criticalcritical
Owen Worthcritical
IR/IPEProblemSolving TheoryCritical Theory
Hegemonic Stability TheoryNeo-liberal Institutionalism

critiquesocial critique
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critical knowledge transform


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IPE
Wesley Widmaier, The Keynesian Bases of a Constructivist Theory of the International Political
Economy, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, Vol. 32, No1 (2003), p. 90.
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Jurgen Habermaspractical knowledgecritical
knowledge

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Owen Worth, Where Did the Critical Go? Journal of International Relations and Development,
Vol. 14, No. 3 (2011), p. 362.
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Post-ModernismPostStructuralismNeo-PolanyianPost-Keynesian
Schumpeterian

Worth, 2011: 358-360


IPEIPE

counter-hegemony
transformative emancipation
IPEIPE
IPE

IPEopen and reective

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IPE
IPE
IPE
Feminist IPEEnvironmentlist IPENeo29

GramcianismConstructivist IPE

Bastiaan Van Apeldoorn, Ian Bruff and Magnus Ryner, The Richness and Diversity of Critical IPE
Perspectives, p. 215.
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B. Dunn, Global Political Economy: A Marxist Critique (London: Pluto Press, 2009), pp. 4868; T.H. Cohen, Global Political Economy: Theory and Practice (5th ed.) (New York: Longman,
2009), pp. 103-129. R.C. Miller, International Political Economy: Contrasting World Views
(London: Routledge, 2008), pp. 48-54. D.N. Balaam & M. Veseth, Introduction to International
Political
Economy (4th ed.) (Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2008), pp. 89-92.
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IPE
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IPEIR/IPE
IPE
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IPEIPEIPE

IPE
gender
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1980

IPEIPE
IPE
IPE
IPE
IR Feminist IRPEFeminist Political Economy
IPEdevelopment studiesIPE

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1. PEIRIPE

PEIPE
C. Belfrage & O. Worth, Critical International Political Economy: Renewing Critique and
Ontologies, International Politics, Vol. 49, Issue 2 (2012), pp. 132.
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grand debatevs.
19501960vs.19701980vs.
1980vs.
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389201393-115
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IPE
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IPE
social reproduction

IPEIR
Feminist IR/IPE
1960IRIR

34

IRIR

IRPE
programs of

N. Folbrey, Who Pays for the Kids?: Gender and the Structures of Constraint (New York:
Routledge, 1994).; B. Hopkins, Feminist Political Economy: Major Contemporary Themes, in P.A.
OHara, ed., Encyclopedia of Political Economy, Vol. 1, (New York: Routledge, 2001), pp. 335337.; J. Steans, Gender and International Relations: Issues, Debates and Future Directions (2nd ed.)
(Malden, MA: Polity Press, 2006), p. 79.
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G. Youngs, Feminist International Relations: A Contradiction in Terms? Or: Why Women and
Gender are Essential to Understanding the World We Live in, International Affairs, Vol. 80, No.
1
(2004), p. 78.
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structural adjustment

IPE
2. IPE

IPEPEIR
IPEJ. Ann
TicknerIPE

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IPE

IPEIR

J.A. Tickner, On the Fringes of the World Economy: A Feminist Perspective, in Murphy & Tooze,
The New International Political Economy, pp. 195-196, 199, 202.
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1-1

WID

WAD

GAD

2006279Rai, 2002: 72

IPE

IPE
Women in Development, WIDWomen and Development,
WADGender and Development, GAD

1-1

IPE

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IPE

IPEJennifer Clapp
Peter Dauvergne
worldviewsMarket LiberalsInstitutionalistsBioenvironmentalistsSocial Greens
IPE
IPEIPE
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Eric Helleiner1-2
1-2

Clapp & Dauvergne, 2005: 14-15

J. Clapp & P. Dauvergne, Paths to a Green World: The Political Economy of the Global
Environment
(Cambridge, MA: MIT press, 2005).
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1.

IPE
environmental/ecological justice
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IPE

IPE
IPE

tragedy of the commons

United Nations Environment Programme,


UNEPGlobal Environment Facility, GEF
IPE

37

42
2007115
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Gaia hypothesis

Deep ecologyEcoanarchism
EcosocialismEcofeminism

IPE

39

2. IPE

IPEIPE
IPE

IPE

IPE
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1970Timothy Zell1972James LovelockLynn Margulis

39
E. Laferrire, International Political Economy and the Environment: A Radical Ecological
Perspective, in D. Stevis & V.J. Assetto, eds., The International Political Economy of the
Environment:
Critical Perspective (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 2000), pp. 199-216.
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IPElocal community
think globally, act locally

40

Karl Polanyi
Fernand BraudelIPE

IPE
localised economies
41

IPE
E. Helleiner, International Political Economy and the Greens, New Political Economy, Vol. 1,
Issue 1 (1996), pp. 60-61.
41
Ibid., p. 64-68.
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IthacaIthaca Hours
1 Ithaca Hour10

42

IPE
International Studies Association

1980
IR
Social Constructivismrationalist approach
reflectivist approach
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IR
IPE

IR
1. IPE

IPEIR1980IR

E. Helleiner, Think Globally, Transact Locally: Green Political Economy and the Local Currency
Movement, Global Society, Vol. 14, No. 1 (2000), pp. 45-49.
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J. Baylis & S. Smith, The Globalization of World Politics: An Introduction to International
Relations (New York: Oxford University Press, 1997), p. 168.
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Alexander Wendt

IR
1999Journal of European Public Policy
IRideasidentity

European
Identity

IPE/IR
IPEIR
IPE
IRBill DunnIPE
(1)
(2)unit analysis
(3)John Ruggieholistic approach
44


IRIPE
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IRipe

B. Dunn, Global Political Economy, pp. 53-54.


IPEipe

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