Category Archives: Constructivism

New Political Economy Special Issue: Seeing like an IO


In the early days of my PhD, I was blessed to be able to conduct some research work for my supervisor. The end result is this special issue in the International Political Economy (IPE) journal, New Political Economy Seeing like an IO. Continue reading

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Where IPE and International Development meet in reality


This post is written in a personal capacity and not an official summary of the conference, “A Future for Aid Data”. Names are mentioned but do not reflect the official views of the University of Birmingham or the individual’s institutional … Continue reading

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Links for Thought 8


Of Currency Wars and Capital Controls Emmanuel Yujuico, the author of IPE Zone , states an article by Yilmaz Akyuz on the pit falls of international capital flows for Least Developed Countries (LDCs). You can read the full paper here … Continue reading

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