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Abstract

The sub-discipline of International Political Economy studies the politics of international economic relations. This relatively new field has moved through a stage of paradigmatic conflict to a largely consensual approach to analysis. The biggest challenge facing the field is understanding the simultaneous interaction of domestic and international factors in determining foreign economic policies and international economic outcomes. Rigorous work on domestic-international interaction is now possible because it can build on well-established building blocks on the domestic and international levels. We develop this argument by presenting an analytical organization of major work in IPE and illustrate it with empirical applications drawn from international trade, monetary relations, and other issue-areas. While strong frameworks for analysis have been developed, the scope for applying them and extending them to new issues is immense. 3 International Political Economy (IPE) is a relatively new sub-discipline withi

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