Category Archives: 4P21

The global political economy of knowledge: A reading list

…time to reactivate the blog… For the past several years I’ve been teaching a 4th year/graduate seminar on the global political economy. In previous years I’ve taught it as a survey course, an advanced introduction to the various facets of … Continue reading

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Politics and Economics: The Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups of the Social Sciences

Or they should be. I’ve never understood the antipathy between the two disciplines. If you’re studying economic phenomena you better have an understanding of both their mechanics (economics) and their context (politics). Anyway, I’m posting this mainly as a reminder … Continue reading

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