International Organization Readers

This series emphasizes certain themes in international political economy, particularly the connections between domestic and international political economy and how international institutions operate and change. It strives for thematic coherence while embracing controversy on issues ranging from the relative merits of approaches such as realism, rational institutionalism, and constructivism to the interaction between the pressures of an increasingly globalized world economy and the diverse institutions of domestic politics or the connections between security issues and political economy.