Geopolitical Economy

About the series

Geopolitical Economy promotes fresh inter- and multi-disciplinary perspectives on the most pressing new realities of the twenty-first century: the multipolar world and the renewed economic centrality of states in it. From a range of disciplines, works in the series account for these new realities historically. They explore the problems and contradictions, domestic and international, of capitalism. They reconstruct the struggles of classes and nations, and state actions in response to them, which have shaped capitalism, and track the growth of the public and de-commodified spheres these dialectical interactions have given rise to. Finally, they map the new terrain on which political forces must now act to orient national and the international economies in equitable and ecological, cultural and creative directions.

Series editors
Radhika Desai, Professor at the Department of Political Studies, and Director of the Geopolitical Economy Research Group, University of Manitoba
Alan Freeman, cultural economist, visiting Professor at London Metropolitan University, Research Fellow of Queensland University of Technology

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