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Watson, Matthew , Foundations of International Political Economy, PALGRAVE MACMILLAN,
This book is dedicated to Katie, in return for the many personal debts of thanks that I owe her. In addition, there are a number of other people who must be acknowledged for the influence they have brought to bear on the academic content of what follows. First, there are my students who have taken my third-year course, 'Contemporary International Political Economy', over the six years that I have been responsible for teaching it. My thoughts on the subject field have developed considerably over the years, and one of the reasons for this is the interaction I have had with students who have continually forced me to re-think my position. Second, there are the people within the profession who have helped to shape my ideas. The conversations we have had may not be lodged in their memories as anything particularly important, but they have certainly been influential in the way that I now think. At Birmingham, I think in particular of Daniel Wincott, Magnus Ryner, Julie Gilson, Steve Buckler, Ingrid van Biezen, Paul Williams, Simon Caney and Peter Preston. Beyond Birmingham, I think of Ben Rosamond, David Coates, Andrew Gamble, James Mittelman, Jan Aart Scholte, Tony Payne, Randall Germain, Mark Blyth, Matthew Paterson, David Richards, Paul Furlong and Mark Wickham-Jones.
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