International Political Economy

International Political Economy
Order Description
Students are to complete a typed as well double spaced book appraisal pick one book to write about in your book appraisal and also pick two other books from the list to compare and contrast with the first book you chose to write about in your book appraisal.
Book Appraisal Suggestions books:

The Age of Supply: Overcoming The Greatest Challenge To The Global Economy
by Daniel Alpert

Open Secret: The Global Banking Conspiracy That Swindled Investors Out of Billions
by Erin Arvedlund

Europe’s Financial Crisis: A Shorty Guide To How The Euro Fell Into Crisis And The Consequences For The World

by John Authers

Poor Economics
by Abhijit V. Banerjee and Easther Duflo

In Defence of Globalisation

by Jhagdish Bhagwhati

The Globalisation of Inequality
by Francois Bourguignon

Economics: The User’s Guide

by Ha-Joon Chang

The Money Machine: How the City Works

by Philip Coggan

Globalising Capital: A History of the International Monetary System , Exorbitant Priviledge, and Hall of Mirrors

by Barry Eichengreen

The Ascent of Money

by Niall Ferguson

The Next 100 Years:? A Forecast for the 21st Century

by George Freeman

Inequality and Instability and The End of Normal

by James K. Galbraith

That Used To Be Us
by Thomas K. Friedman and Michael Mandelbaum

The Undercover Economist

by Tim Harford

An End to Poverty? A Historical Debate

by Gareth Stedman Jones

Money: The Unauthorised Biography
by Felix Martin

Capitalism and Modern Social Thought and The Third Way

by Anthony Giddens

The Map and The Territory 2.0: Risk, Human Nature, And The Future of Forecasting
by Alan Greenspan

Network Power: The Social Dynamics of Globalisation

by David Singh Grewal

Global Community: The Role of International Organisations in the Making of the Contemporary World

by Akira Iriye

End This Depression Now

by Paul Krugman

The Geneva Consensus: Making Trade Work For All

by Pascal Lamy

Crisis in The Eurozone and Proftiting Without Producing: How Finance Exploits Us All

by Costas Lapavitsas

The Future of Power
by Joseph Nye

The Little Big Number
by Dirk Phlilipsen

Currency Wars: The Making of the Next Global Crisis

by James Rickards

The Globilization Paradox: Democracy and the Future of the World Economy

by Dani Rodrik

The Failure of Political Islam and Globalised Islam

by Olivier Roy

Crisis Economics: A Crash Course In The Future of Finance
by Nouriel Roubini and Stephen Mihm

What Money Can’t Buy

by Michael J Sandel

Developement as Freedom and The Idea of Justice

by Amartya Sen.

Irrational Exuberance

by Robert J. Shiller

One World
by Peter Singer

The Roaring Nineties and The Price of Inequality

by Joseph Stiglitz

The Great Deformation: The Corruption of Capitalism in America
by David A.? Stockman

Misbehaving: The Making of Behavioral Economics

by Richard H. Thaler

The Age of Cryptography

by Paul Vigna and Michael J. Casey

Does Capitalism Have a Future?

by Immanuel Wallerstein, Randall Collins, Michael Mann, Georgi Derluguian and Craig Calhoun

Fixing Global Finance and The Shifts and The Shocks: What We’ve Learned-And Have Still To Learn-from the Financial Crisis

by Martin Wolf

Creating a World Without Power

by Muhammed Yunnas
Instructions from my class notes:
For your appraisal you must compare and contrast your main book with other two books that you choose before. If we choose the book from the syllabus then compare and contrast with two outside books. In each paragraph of the 8-10 pages of the book appraisal you need to add your compare and contrast from other authors then close with your own analysis.
Introduction paragraph: Maximum 3 sentence of thesis statement. In those 3 sent. Use the 5 points you’re going to analyze. Illustrate 5 points the author made and give background information. Frist sentence give 2 points then 3 points and in the final sent. Give the last points you want to illustrate in the thesis.
Avoid I believe or I.
Each paragraph should be photographic you feel the author has made significance, analysis at the end. When we write the analysis data needs to be compare and contrast. When we are writing our compare and contrast the basic requirement is compare with what that your author has said with the two other authors.
All reports will use Times New Roman font, 12 pitch and double line spacing.?

**This will be checked on Safe assign, and multiple databases to prevent plagiarism. Please be careful**

I hope this is everything that you need. Please let me know if you need anything.
The Format for the book appraisal

· Title page

· Double spaced, 12 font

· 8 – 10 pages; 10 – 15 paragraphs

· First paragraph is introduction; needs to have a thesis statement

o Ideally 1, but up to 2-3 sentences for the thesis statement

o Thesis ought to be in the middle of the paragraph

§ 1 – 2 sentences leading to thesis

§ 2 – 3 sentences after thesis; explain what you further hope to illustrate – give insight to what you hope to talk about at the end of the paper

o Close w/ personal analysis (Avoid I believe or I)

· Conclude with 1 -2 closing synthetic paragraphs

o Make final comments about everything you’ve analyzed

· Every paragraph must have analysis sentences; 5 -6 sentences of your own personal analysis

Sources& Footnotes

· Turabian style (what’s known as Chicago citation style)

· Stop at the end of last sentence, select footnote from Insert tab[1]

· Footnote everything that is not 1) common sense 2) your own ideas/


· First sentence must be indented

· you may need to use info from the same source more than once in the same part of paper (ie, three sentences at the end of one and beginning of next paragraph use same source)

o In this case, use IBID and page number (IBID pg.34)

* Only use when same source is used in consecutive sentences


· From a book: first and last name of author, Title, Place of publishing: pg #

* example:

Oatley, H. Thomas. International political economy: interests and institutions in the global economy. New York: Pearson/Longman, 2008.

Here is a website where you can read more about how to footnote in Chicago style:

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