The purpose of this book is to examine the feasibility, evolution, and future of international linkages, such as environmental pacts and agreements, military alliances, the World Health Organization, the Strategic Arms Limitation treaties, and energy power pools. International interactions involving weather modification, outer-space exploitation, and the oceans are also investigated. The analyses of the book conceptualize and examine international linkages rather than present a utopian view of world governments.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Introduction to the Theory of International Political Economy, Part 2 Nonmarket-Oriented Structures, Problems, and Agreements, Part 3 Market-Oriented Structures, Problems, and Agreements
Todd Sandler is a professor of economics at the University of Wyoming. He has received a NATO postdoctoral fellowship in science and a National Defense Education Association fellowship.