Bill Dunn supplies a distinctive and insightful explanation of the state of the world market. He covers all the main facets of global political economy describing the theories behind creation, trade, finance, and connections between rich and poor countries. In addition, he tackles the question of the origin of capitalism, a discussion that consistently proves popular amongst students and professors.
Dunn also contains a review of alternative perspectives, showing that Marxism still supplies the best analytical tools for understanding the international market. This comprehensive text is essential for students of economics and politics that are keen to know the way the market reached its current stage and what the future is likely to bring.