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International Economics :  Theory And Policy, 1/e

International Economics : Theory And Policy, 1/e

Vikas Publishing
  • 9789325969230
  • 560 pages
  • Paperback
  • Book 425.00
  • 2013

International Economics: Theory and Policy is a comprehensive, authentic and up-to-date textbook on the subject, which meets the study requirements of undergraduate and post-graduate students of international economics, international business management and those appearing for competitive examinations. The book presents the complex theories of international economics in a technically simple and comprehensible manner without sacrificing the analytical precision and sophistication of the theories. The purpose is to facilitate the students’ entry into the complex subject matter of international economics.

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  • Section I: Theoretical Perspectives - Introduction to International Relations
  • Realism
  • Neo-realism
  • Liberalism and Neo-liberalism
  • World System and Dependency
  • Feminist approaches, Section II: Historical Overview - The World in 1914
  • The Peace of Paris
  • The League of Nations: Structure and Functions
  • The Search for Security
  • Reparation Debits and Economics Crisis
  • The Russian Revolution
  • Fascism in Italy
  • The Far East
  • Rise of Nazi Germany: The Third Reich
  • Nazi Dictatorship in Action
  • Appeasement and Prelude of the War
  • The Second World War
  • The League of Nations—A Peace-maker
  • War-Time Conferences
  • Foreign Policy of the United States of America
  • Foreign Policy of the Soviet Union
  • The Cold War
  • Communism in China and the War in Korea
  • Decolonization: Emergence of the Third World
  • Evolution of the Cold War
  • Detente and the End of Cold War
  • Non-Alignment
  • The United Nations
  • Regional Organizations: Emerging Centres of Power