Comparative and International Political Economy

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The Comparative and International Political Economy research cluster of the International Relations / Political Science department researches the causes and consequences of trade, investment, and labour politics. Faculty study the negotiation of international trade and investment and the interlinkages between trade and non-trade regimes, as well as the impacts of labour migration and policy on both the welfare institutions of advanced industrial countries and the protest behaviour of citizens in China.


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