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The Oxford Handbook of Economic Imperialism

The Oxford Handbook of Economic Imperialism

OXFORD HANDBOOKS SERIES

The Oxford Handbook of Economic Imperialism

OXFORD HANDBOOKS SERIES: The Oxford Handbook of Economic Imperialism

 

Including thirty-four chapters written by academics and experts in the field of international political economy, The Oxford Handbook of Economic Imperialism examines the history of economic imperialism from the early modern age to the present.


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Imperialism has resurfaced as an area of scholarly study in recent years, particularly among those concerned with political economy and international relations. Do countries engage in foreign intervention and "just war" because they feel a responsibility toward the international community? Or are these actions rationalizations for the pursuit of commercial, industrial, financial, and military interests? Around the world, economies, cultures, politics, laws, and
nation-states are profoundly shaped by imperialism, both historical and contemporary.

Including thirty-four chapters written by academics and experts in the field of international political economy, The Oxford Handbook of Economic Imperialism presents comprehensive theoretical, empirical, and historical accounts of economic imperialism from the early modern age to the present. Over the course of three sections, the Handbook looks at the theory and concepts behind the study of imperialism, the international political economy of imperialism, and imperialism in
various regions of the world today. In so doing, the Handbook demonstrates the persistence of economic imperialism in today's postcolonial world, and the enduring control wielded by great powers even after the end of formal empire. Moreover, the Handbook reveals how emerging powers are expanding economic control in new
geographic and geopolitical contexts, and highlights the significance of economic imperialism in the structures, relations, processes, and ideas that sustain poverty and conflict worldwide.


ISBN
9780197527085
Pagina's
632
Verschijnt
Serie
OXFORD HANDBOOKS SERIES
NUR
741
Druk
1
Uitvoering
Hardback
Taal
Engels
Uitgever
OUP USA

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