International Political Economy
PAIS has a longstanding and global reputation in the field of International Political Economy (IPE). The IPE cluster includes fifteen staff members and more than twenty doctoral students undertaking research on the themes below, representative of our collective output.
- Classical political economy
- Capitalism and the nation-state
- Financial markets
- Global governance
- International development
The Centre for the Study of Globalisation and Regionalisation (CSGR) is a research centre with an intellectual focus of the changing nature of global order and the relationship between global and regional levels of analysis. It is the largest academic centre in Europe dealing with this subject area.
- GR:EEN (Global Re-ordering: Evolution and European Networks) (Funded by EC FP7)
- Re-thinking the Market (Funded by ESRC)
- Science & Security: Research Impact & Co-Production of Knowledge (Funded by ESRC)- website under construction
- ACCOMPANY (Funded by EC FP7)
- FINCRIS- Responsibilities, Ethics and the Financial Crisis (Funded by AHRC)
- Global Uncertainties Leadership Research Fellowship (Funded by ESRC)
- "Its Mostly Fiscal"- the IMF, Evolving Fiscal Policy and the Crisis (Funded byThe Leverhulme Trust)
- Brazilian Discourse on Food Security and the Remaking of World Politics
- Working Beyond the Border: The EU's Externalisation Agenda and its Effects on International Labour Conditions
- The US Credit Rating Agencies, Financial Innovation and Crisis (British Academy Fellowship led by Dr Tim Sinclair)
- Rethinking Islamic Finance: Markets, Firms and Institutions (with Aaron Pitluck).
- What Makes Leaders in Global Governance Crises? (with Alexandra Homolar, Malcolm MacDonald and Stephanie Schnurr).
- The Everyday Political Economy of Southeast Asia (with Juanita Elias).
- Aesthetics and the Performance of Political Economy (with James Brassett).
- Global Governance in Crisis (with Andre Broome and Liam Clegg). Revised versions of the workshop papers were published as a special issue in Global Society in 2012.
- The Political Economy of the Subprime Crisis (with James Brassett and Matthew Watson). Revised versions of the workshop papers were published as a special section in British Journal of Politics and International Relations in 2009 and as a special issue in New Political Economy in 2010.
On its 70th anniversary of publication, Matthew Watson, Ben Clift & Christopher Holmes discuss Karl Polanyi's The Great Transformation.
The International Monetary Fund in Britain- 3 part series of videos with IPE scholars at Warwick