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  1. Adam Smith on population growth
  2. An Inconvenient Truth
  3. Benefits of the WTO
  4. Benjamin Cohen on the problems of International Monetary Cooperation
  5. Bi-metallism
  6. Bimetallism
  7. British and American Hegemony Compared
  8. Coase Theorem
  9. Copenhagen Consensus 2008
  10. Cordell Hull
  11. Currency reform
  12. Current account balance
  13. David Hume
  14. Dental Hygiene and Nuclear War: How International Relations look from Economics
  15. Dependency Theory
  16. Developing Nations in the WTO
  17. Domestic Politics of International Monetary Order: the Gold Standard
  18. Doug North
  19. Economic Policy in Crisis
  20. Eichengreen's Critical Review of Different Theories to Explain the Smoot-Hawley Tariff
  21. European Economic Integration
  22. Exchange Rate Politics
  23. Factor Endowment Theory
  24. Factor price equalization theory
  25. Foreign direct investment
  26. Fundamental Problem of Exchange
  27. GATT Article XXIV
  28. Gini coefficient
  29. Globalization
  30. Globalization and Inequality, Past and Present
  31. Globalization index
  32. Golden Arches Theory of Conflict Prevention
  33. Harmony, Cooperation and Discord
  34. Hechsher-Olin Model
  35. Hegemonic stability theory
  36. Ikenberry on the creation of the Bretton Woods System
  37. Indicators of Capital Market Integration
  38. Infant-industry
  39. Institutional Change
  40. Instruments of trade protection
  41. International Political Economy
  42. International Regime
  43. Invisible Hand
  44. John Maynard Keynes
  45. Karl Marx
  46. Karl Marx and the End of History
  47. Karl Marx on population growth
  48. Kindleberger and His Explanation of the 1929 Depression
  49. Laffer Curve
  50. Locke: For a General Naturalisation

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