His primary areas of study are Currency, Political economy, International currency, Monetary economics and Liberian dollar. Currency is closely attributed to International economics in his research. In his research on the topic of Political economy, International relations is strongly related with Nation state.
His work carried out in the field of International currency brings together such families of science as European central bank, Rivalry and Skepticism. He has included themes like Corporate governance, Distribution, Power and International finance in his Monetary economics study. His Liberian dollar study combines topics in areas such as Economic history and Economy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Currency, Political economy, International economics, Monetary economics and International political economy. His Currency research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Financial market, Internationalization and Liberian dollar. His studies in Political economy integrate themes in fields like Economic history, World economy, Politics and Development economics.
His International economics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Us dollar, Corporate governance and Renminbi. His research investigates the link between Monetary economics and topics such as Power that cross with problems in Distribution, State, Financial crisis and Capital. His International political economy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Global politics, Intellectual history, International relations, International trade and Field.
Currency, Power, Monetary economics, Political economy and International economics are his primary areas of study. Benjamin J. Cohen has researched Currency in several fields, including Geopolitics and Liberian dollar. His Political economy research incorporates themes from International political economy, Politics and Economic history.
In his research, Gender studies, Converse and International relations is intimately related to Field, which falls under the overarching field of International political economy. His work in Politics addresses subjects such as Competition, which are connected to disciplines such as International trade. The concepts of his International economics study are interwoven with issues in Payment and Renminbi.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Currency, International economics, Political economy, International political economy and Reserve currency. His Currency research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Renminbi, China, Internationalization and Negotiable instrument. His research investigates the connection between International economics and topics such as Liberian dollar that intersect with problems in Market economy.
His studies in Political economy integrate themes in fields like Geopolitics, Politics and Rivalry. His research integrates issues of Balance of payments and Competition in his study of Politics. His International political economy research integrates issues from Index, Latin Americans, Development economics and Hegemony.
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In Whose Interest? International Banking and American Foreign Policy
William Diebold;Benjamin J. Cohen.
Foreign Affairs (1986)
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