Table of contents for International political economy and poststructural politics / edited by Marieke de Goede.
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Introduction: IPE and the Promise of Poststrucutral Politics--M.De Goede * SECTION I: POSTSTRUCTURAL INTERVENTIONS * Survival Meets Representation--M.Zalewski * Cultures of Consulting: The Global Politics of Business Knowledge--L.Amoore * Libidinal Economies and the International Political Economy--R.Palan & * E.Gammon * Toward a Semiotics of Materiality--D.Hudson * The Globalisation of Enclosure: Interrogating the Geopolitics of Empire--M.Coward * SECTION II: DISCOURSE, MATERIALITY AND ECONOMY * Getting Real: The Necessity of Critical Poststructuralism in Global Political Economy--V.Spike Peterson * Beyond IPE Economism with Post-Structuralism: Let Them Eat Signs?--M.Ryner * Towards a Neo-Gramscian Cultural IPE: Discursive and Extra-Discursive Practices; B.Jessop & N-L.Sum * Is There a Class in this Text? Marxism and the Politics of Boundaries in Poststructuralist IPE--M.Laffey * SECTION III: DISSENT AND TRANSFORMATION * The State, Bourdieu and Method; M.Shapiro * Everyday Life and the Global Political Economy--M.Davies * Empire, Exorbitancy and the Politics of Excess--G.Daly * Postmodern Tales of Resistance: A Critical Interrogation--B.Maiguashca * Conclusion--M.De Goede
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International economic relations.