Tag Archives: Classical Political Economy

IPEG@40: 40 years of IPE and counting…


This week I attended the International Political Economy Group (IPEGG, pronounced as I-PEG) annual meeting at Warwick University which was extremely special given that this year marked 40 years sine the discipline of International Political Economy was founded by Susan Strange Continue reading

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Celebrity Chefs and Campaigning: What to really campaign for


An unusual title for a social science blog on IPE and International development, you may ask. Well this post comes in the wake of UK Channel 4’s fish week, featuring programmes such as Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s Fish Fight and Gordon Ramsay’s biased Shark’s Bait (ie. Ramsay wants to ban shark’s fin soup to save sharks). Continue reading

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