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  1. Adam Smith on population growth
  2. An Inconvenient Truth
  3. Arguments for Protection Resisted by Economists
  4. Balance of Payments
  5. Benefits of the WTO
  6. Benjamin Cohen on the problems of International Monetary Cooperation
  7. Bi-metallism
  8. Bimetallism
  9. British and American Hegemony Compared
  10. Chinese Foreign Economic Policy
  11. Coase Theorem
  12. Collective Action
  13. Copenhagen Consensus 2008
  14. Cordell Hull
  15. Currency reform
  16. David Hume
  17. Dental Hygiene and Nuclear War: How International Relations look from Economics
  18. Dependency Theory
  19. Developing Nations in the WTO
  20. Economic Policy in Crisis
  21. Eichengreen's Critical Review of Different Theories to Explain the Smoot-Hawley Tariff
  22. Endogenous Growth Theory
  23. European Economic Integration
  24. Exchange-Rate Regimes
  25. Exchange Rate Politics
  26. Factor Endowment Theory
  27. Factor price equalization theory
  28. GATT Article XXIV
  29. Gini coefficient
  30. Globalization
  31. Globalization and Inequality, Past and Present
  32. Globalization index
  33. Golden Arches Theory of Conflict Prevention
  34. Harmony, Cooperation and Discord
  35. Hechsher-Olin Model
  36. Ikenberry on the creation of the Bretton Woods System
  37. Indicators of Capital Market Integration
  38. Infant-industry
  39. Institutional Change
  40. Institutions and Economic Growth: A Historical Introduction By Douglass North
  41. Instruments of trade protection
  42. Interests
  43. International Regime
  44. Invisible Hand
  45. John Locke
  46. Karl Marx
  47. Karl Marx and the End of History
  48. Karl Marx on population growth
  49. Keynes: A Tract on Monetary Reform
  50. Kindleberger and His Explanation of the 1929 Depression
  51. Labor Market Competition and Individual Preferences over Immigration Policy
  52. Laffer Curve
  53. Locke: For a General Naturalisation
  54. Main Page
  55. Malthus
  56. Migration's New Payoff
  57. Multilateralism
  58. Neoliberal institutionalism
  59. Neoliberalism
  60. Nuclear Proliferation
  61. Odious Rulers, Odious Debt
  62. Path Dependency
  63. Polanyi's thesis
  64. Preferential Trade Agreement
  65. Price-specie-flow Mechanism
  66. Protectionism
  67. Purchasing Power Parity
  68. Realism
  69. Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act
  70. Regionalism
  71. Religion in International Politics
  72. Robert Keohane
  73. Ronald Cox's two groups of US business interests and support for RTAs
  74. Saltwater and Freshwater Economists
  75. Samuel Huntington
  76. Smoot-Hawley Tariff
  77. States in a World of Anarchy
  78. Sterilization
  79. Strange: States, Firms and Diplomacy
  80. The 2008 Financial Crisis
  81. The Ascent of Money
  82. The Evolution of the Trade Regime
  83. The different schools of IPE
  84. The three functions of money
  85. Trade Models
  86. US Power and the Construction of International Order
  87. Unholy Trinity
  88. Vices and Virtues of Remittances
  89. Waltzian Paradigm
  90. Washington Consensus
  91. What Makes Greenhouse Sense?
  92. World Systems Analysis
  93. “Protectionist Trade Policies: A Survey of Theory, Evidence, and Rationale”,

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