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The International Political Economy of the United States of America and China / Munyaradzi Joseph Bamu
VerfasserBamu, Munyaradzi Joseph
Betreuer / BetreuerinJäger, Johannes
ErschienenWien, 2015
Umfangxii, 216 Seiten
HochschulschriftFachhochschule des BFI Wien, Univ., Masterarbeit, 2016
SpracheEnglisch
DokumenttypMasterarbeit
URNurn:nbn:at:at-fhbfiw:1-969 Persistent Identifier (URN)
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The International Political Economy is the platform in which all nations interact. Given the level and scope of the innumerable dissimilarities existing in each nations policies and strategies, this renders the International Political Economy a multiplex platform. This in turn additionally renders the International Political Economy as a compulsive field for research. However studying the International Political Economy with regards to all nations would be an intricate exercise. Moreover given the certitude that not all countries are equal within the purview of the International Political Economy, an analysis with regards to the subject matter referencing global powers within the sphere of the International Political Economy makes for a more germane study. What better global powers are there to analyse within the scope of the International Political Economy other than the United States of America and China? These two nations are the economic behemoths of this day and age. Their global position, military strength, sheer size and economic supremacy entail levels of political influence that renders them relevant to the International Political Economy. Both China and the United States of America directly influence the status quo within the International Political Economy. Therefore it is only befitting to analyse the International Political Economy with regards to the United States of America and China. More interestingly it is of relevance to scrutinise, within the gamut of the International Political Economy, the sequel and consequence to the rest of the world stemming from political and economic decisions and policy choices of both China and the United States of America. This thesis stems to do just that.