Political Economy is an interdisciplinary field borrowing from not only Political Science and Economics, but also Anthropology, Sociology, Public Policy, and other social sciences. Political Economy is most commonly defined as the study of the interaction between politics and economics within the national, international, and global spheres. It can also refer to an analysis of political systems using an economic perspective and theories. Links listed in this section are websites that provide information, data, essays, research, or studies that relates to any definition of political economy. In addition, links of relevant institutes, foundations, or centers are also included.
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Confessions of a Geoist
Describes the evolution of neoclassical economic thinking into geoist, geoclassical thought. Describes the potential contribution of new public economic decision techniques (demand revealing processes) to this body of thought.
An economics blog that reviews the dramatic changes in the world economy. Focuses on the UK, the US, and China's economic growth.
Economics From Washington
Helps institutional money managers improve their performance by understanding how decisions made by economics policymakers impact markets.
McKeever Institute of Economic Policy Analysis
Analysis of sovereign national economic policies based on 33 policies deemed critical to environmentally sound economic growth.
When will the Bubble Burst?
Article in "Socialism Today" analysing the state of the world economy. The recent growth spurt has been propelled by a highly unstable cycle of consumer spending and business investment-fuelled by a crazy stock exchange bubble. Sharpening trends within the US economy and the still spreading world slump mean that the days of the US boom are numbered
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