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Prof. Gregory P. Nowell Dept. of Political Science, Milne 100 135 Western Ave - SUNY Albany NY 12222 518 442 5267 [email protected] POS 571 Call No. 9441 International Political Economy Meeting Tuesdays, Draper 313A , 5:45 8:35 pm. Uptown office hours M, W 12-1 ; downtown Friday 3-5 p.m Book orders have been placed exclusively at Mary Jane Books, Quail & Western This course traces broad themes in the development of the world economy from very early times to the present. The focus of this particular course is to present certain “classics” of the international relations and comparative literature, with some focus on banking, mercantilism, and tariffs. The course will also examine well-known themes such as development and imperialism. The general approach favors the examination of large-scale political- economic systems. A few texts have been borrowed, where appropriate, from comparative politics. Generally speaking, this course eschews some of the more typical concerns of political economy, such as the power of multinational corporations, for a more comprehensive view of major ideas that have influenced political science and economic thinking. This syllabus has a long list of books at the end. This list is merely a suggestion for further study in political economy. These books are NOT required for the course. What page numbers should you read? In a few cases I specify page numbers. For the rest I advise graduate students to do what everybody else does, which is read as much of a book and understand its argument. My goal is for you to read 200 pages a week, but in some books I’m not going to tell you which 200 pages. You need to master the art of skimming. What about where there are multiple titles the same week? I’m not asking you to read a thousand pages. Either spread your 200 page allotment across several books or allow me to indicate which ones I think are particularly important, as I will do on the first day of class. It is OK by me if one student has read one book and another student has read another, as long as you’re actively engaged! Students will be asked to prepare up to five in-class presentations and reports on various books that will be found in the weekly section of this syllabus. A final exam will also be required. Students who have taken POS 570 or another course with the instructor may choose to write a final paper instead of take an in-class exam. Oral presentations in the class will be ungraded but five page written summaries will be graded. These constitute 50% of the course grade. Papers must rigorously adhere to Prof. Nowell’s paper requirements. The final exam or paper constitutes 50% of the course grade. The final exam instead of paper is an option for all students; it is required for first year students if this is your first course with me. The grade numbers are not absolute as deviations from the mathematical average may occur in the final grade as a

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Prof. Gregory P. Nowell

Dept. of Political Science, Milne 100

135 Western Ave - SUNY

Albany NY 12222

518 442 5267

[email protected]

POS 571 Call No. 9441 International Political Economy

Meeting Tuesdays, Draper 313A , 5:45 – 8:35 pm.

Uptown office hours M, W 12-1 ; downtown Friday 3-5 p.m

Book orders have been placed exclusively at Mary Jane Books, Quail & Western

This course traces broad themes in the development of the world economy

from very early times to the present. The focus of this particular course is to present

certain “classics” of the international relations and comparative literature, with some

focus on banking, mercantilism, and tariffs.

The course will also examine well-known themes such as development and

imperialism. The general approach favors the examination of large-scale political-

economic systems. A few texts have been borrowed, where appropriate, from

comparative politics. Generally speaking, this course eschews some of the more typical

concerns of political economy, such as the power of multinational corporations, for a

more comprehensive view of major ideas that have influenced political science and

economic thinking.

This syllabus has a long list of books at the end. This list is merely a suggestion

for further study in political economy. These books are NOT required for the course.

What page numbers should you read? In a few cases I specify page numbers.

For the rest I advise graduate students to do what everybody else does, which is read as

much of a book and understand its argument. My goal is for you to read 200 pages a

week, but in some books I’m not going to tell you which 200 pages. You need to master

the art of skimming.

What about where there are multiple titles the same week? I’m not asking

you to read a thousand pages. Either spread your 200 page allotment across several

books or allow me to indicate which ones I think are particularly important, as I will do

on the first day of class. It is OK by me if one student has read one book and another

student has read another, as long as you’re actively engaged!

Students will be asked to prepare up to five in-class presentations and reports on

various books that will be found in the weekly section of this syllabus. A final exam will

also be required. Students who have taken POS 570 or another course with the instructor

may choose to write a final paper instead of take an in-class exam.

Oral presentations in the class will be ungraded but five page written summaries

will be graded. These constitute 50% of the course grade. Papers must rigorously adhere

to Prof. Nowell’s paper requirements. The final exam or paper constitutes 50% of the

course grade. The final exam instead of paper is an option for all students; it is required

for first year students if this is your first course with me. The grade numbers are not

absolute as deviations from the mathematical average may occur in the final grade as a

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function of quality of participation.

Diana Hacker’s writing stylebook is required for this course and reading her

chapter on plagiarism and citation is mandatory. Plagiarism cases are typically referred

to the university for disciplinary action.

Week-by-week schedule

Week 1 – Wed 18 January – first day of class

First day of class—organizational issues and introduction to topics.

Week 2 Wed 25 January

Smith – Wealth of Nations read v. 1, bk 1, pp. 1-33, v. 1, bks 3, 4 pp. 401-524, v. 2, bk 4,

pp 159-181.

Note that pagination for v. 2 starts over again from page one. (MJB)

McNally, Political Economy of Capitalism, especially the introduction and “country

gentlemen farmer”

thesis

Detailed breakdown of chapters in Smith:

Smith – Wealth of Nations read v. 1, bk 1, pp. 1-33, from “Of the Division of Labor”

through “The Origin

of Money.” This is 33 pages.

Then read v. 1, bks 3, 4 pp. 401-524

This is all of Book III, titled “Of the Different Progress of Opulence in Different

Nations,” which is

composed of chapters I, II, III, and IV, and then Book IV, “Of Systems of Political

Economy,” all of

Chapters I, II, and III. Chapter III includes part I and part II through to the end. This is

about 120 pages.

Then read v. 2, bk 4, pp 159-181. Note that pagination for v. 2 starts over again from

page one.

The required chapter is Book IV, chapter VIII, titled “Conclusion of the Mercantile

System,” about 22

pages.

Week 3 Wed February 1

Marx, Capital (MJB)

In Marx editions vary. Read

v. 1, part iv, chap xv, section 1: “Development of Machinery”

v. 1, chap xxvi, “Secret of Primitive Accumulation”

v. 1 chap xxvii, “Expropriation of the Agricultural Population from the Land”

v. 1 chap xxviii, “Bloody Legislation Against the Expropriated”

v. 1 chap xxix, “Genesis of the Capitalist Farmer”

v. 1 chap xxx, “Reaction of the Agricultural Revolution on Industry”

v. 1 chap xxxi “Genesis of the Industrial Capitalist”

v. 1 chap xxxii “Historical Tendency of Capitalist Accumulation”

v. 1 chap xxxiii, “Modern Theory of Colonization”

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Engels Origin of the Family Private Property and the State; also on line

Przeworski State and the Economy under Capitalism

Week 4 Wed February 8 Gettin’ primitive

Sahlins Stone Age Economics (MJB)

Ferguson War in the Tribal Zone (linky)

Fried The Notion of Tribe (linky)

Week 5 Wed February 15 Rome ‘n’ stuff

Weber Agrarian Sociology – Especially Chapters on Egypt, Greece, Rome (Republic and

Empire), and

appendix at back. (linky)

Anderson: Passages from Antiquity to Feudalism

Anderson: Lineages of the Absolutist State

Week 6 Wed February 22 Mercantile theory

List - National System of Political Economy: The Theory (MJB)

Schmoller The Mercantile System (on Internet)

Also:

Hamilton Report on Manufactures (on Internet)

Hecksher Mercantilism (2 vols.) (library)

Cardoso and Faletto Dependency and Development in Latin America

Week 7 Wed February 29 Capitalist System

Kula Economic theory of Feudalism (photocopy)

Arrighi Adam Smith in Beijing (MJB)

Ruccio Development and Globalization

Also:

Arrighi, Long 20th Century

Hobson – John M. Eastern Origins of Western Civilization

Wallerstein, Modern World System esp. v. 2. (linky)

Week 8 Wed March 7 Theories of imperialism

David Harvey (2003) The New Imperialism. NY: Oxford University Press. (MJB)

Arrighi (2005) "Hegemony Unravelling I" New Left Review (V. 32, March/April).

Also:

Hobson: Imperialism, A Study - (linky) Especially the “taproot” and “financial interests”

chapters but also

ideology oriented chapters in rear of book

Nowell, Schwartz, Maclachlan (linky)

Lenin, Imperialism

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Luxembourg Accumulation of Capital

Week 9 Wed March 14 NO CLASS

Week 10 Wed March 21 The Asian Keirestsu/Chaebol Problem

Eun Mee Kim: Big Business, Strong State (MJB)

Katz, Japan: the System that Soured (MJB)

Womack et al. Machine that Change the World (MJB)

Also: Dertouzos et al. Made in America: Regaining the Productive Edge; Vernon (1966);

Steers, Shin,

Ungson (1989

Week 11 Wed March 28 Keynes

Keynes, General Theory of Employment Interest and Money (MJB)

Ventelou, Millennial Keynes (MJB)

Kindleberger World in Depression

Keohane, After Hegemony

Collins, Business Response to Keynes

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Week 12 Wed April 4 Fiscal Crises

Krugman Return of Depression Era Economics

Minsky Stabilizing an Unstable Economy

O’Connor Fiscal Crisis of the State (1973)

Week 13 Wed April 11 Institutional Adaptation

Chilcote, ed. Political Economy of Imperialism

Lenin, Development of Capitalism in Russia

Ehrlich, Soviet Industrialization Debate, 1924-1928

Broz The International Origins of the Federal Reserve System.

Week 14 Wed April 18

Rational Choice of Various Descriptions

Olson: Rise and Decline of Nations (MJB)

Bartlett: Economic Foundations of Political Power (photocopy)

Also: Anthony Downs, Economic Theory of Democracy; and Thomas Ferguson The

Golden Rule: the

Investment Theory of Party Competition and the Logic of Money-Driven Political

Systems.

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Week 15 Wed April 25

Class conflict and the world system

Polanyi, Great Transformation

Gerschenkron, Bread and Democracy in Germany

Moore, Social Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy

Abraham – Collapse of the Weimar Republic

Woodward - Origins of the New South

Week 16 Wed May 2 LAST DAY OF CLASS Product Cycle and MNCs

Review Vernon (1966)

The Political Consequences of the Product Cycle: Industrial History and Political

Outcomes

James R. Kurth International Organization, Vol. 33, No. 1 (Winter, 1979), pp. 1-34

Cumings, Bruce (1984). The Origins and Development of the Northeast Asian Political

Economy:

Industrial Sectors, Product Cycles, and Political Consequences,” International

Organization, Vol. 38, No. 1

(Winter), pp. 1-40

Detomasi, David Anthony (2007). The Multinational Corporation and Global

Governance: Modelling

Global Public Policy Networks,” Journal of Business Ethics, Vol. 71, No. 3 (Mar.), pp.

321-334

Rose, Elizabeth L., and Kiyohiko Ito (2008). “Competitive Interactions: The International

Investment

Patterns of Japanese Automobile Manufacturers,” Journal of International Business

Studies, Vol. 39, No. 5

(Jul. - Aug., 2008), pp. 864-879

Spiezio, K. Edward (1990) “British Hegemony and Major Power War, 1815-1939: An

Empirical Test of

Gilpin's Model of Hegemonic Governance,” International Studies Quarterly, Vol. 34, No.

2 (Jun., 1990),

pp. 165-181

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Course Bibliography

Note: The following is a study list, not the required reading list for POS 571.

Abraham, David (1988). The Collapse of the Weimar Republic : Political Economy and

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Adams, Brooks (1896). The Law of Civilization and Decay. New York: Macmillan.

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Anderson, Perry (1974b). Lineages of the Absolutist State. London: Verso. JC 381.A54.

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481

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Elgar, 1996. isbn 1-858-98312-6

Arrighi, Giovanni (1994). The Long Twentieth Century. London: Verso Books. isbn 1-

85984-015-9.

Arrighi, Giovanni (2007). Adam Smith in Beijing: Lineages of the Twenty-First Century,

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Ashley, Richard K. (1984). “Poverty of Neorealism,” International Organization, Spring,

v.

38 no. 2, pp. 226-26a.

Ashley, Richard K. (1980). Political Economy of War and Peace: The Sino Soviet

American

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Bartlett, Randall (1973). Economic Foundations of Political Power. N.Y.: Macmillan.

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Bates, Robert H., ed. (1988). Toward a Political Economy of Development: A Rational

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Choice Perspective. Berkeley, Calif.: Univ. of California Press. HC 59.7 T7376.

Bhagwati, Jagdish (1988). Protectionism. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press. isbn 0-262-

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6.

Block, Fred (1977). Origins of International Economic Disorder. Berkeley, Calif.: Univ.

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Cumings, Bruce (1984). “The Origins and Development of the Northeast Asian Political

Economy: Industrial Sectors, Product Cycles, and Political Consequences,” International

Organization, Vol. 38, No. 1 (Winter, 1984), pp. 1-40

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Successful Economic Policies for the Twenty-first Century. Bookfield, Vermont: Elgar.

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