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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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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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