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Special Collection: Global Political Economy of COVID-19

Guest Editors:

Malcolm Campbell-Verduyn, University of Duisburg-Essen and University of Groningen
Lukas Linsi, University of Groningen
Saliha Metinsoy, University of Groningen
Gerda van Roozendaal, University of Groningen

The COVID-19 pandemic is not merely an epidemiological phenomenon, but a set of global crises intertwined with political and economic processes in manifold ways. This collection brings together fifteen contributions from the interdiscipline of Global Political Economy reflecting on origins, implications and responses during the first year of the global pandemic.

Origins: Voelkner; Katz-Rosene; Linsi
Implications: Bernards; Spendzharova; Egger; Weinhard/Brandi; Babic
Responses: Narlikar; Gertz; Ban; Metinsoy; Tsingou; Fuller; Campbell-Verduyn

Trade and FDI: Narlikar; Linsi; Gertz; Weinhardt/Brandi
Finance: Ban; Fuller; Metinsoy; Tsingou; Spendzharova; Egger
Environment and technology: Voelkner; Katz-Rosene; Campbell-Verduyn
International order: Bernards; Babic

Sherwat E. Ibrahim; Miguel A. Centeno; Thayer S. Patterson; Peter W. Callahan
Malcolm Campbell-Verduyn; Lukas Linsi; Saliha Metinsoy; Gerda van Roozendaal
Malcolm Campbell-Verduyn
Geoffrey Gertz
Clara Brandi; Clara Weinhardt
Lukas Linsi
Clara M. Egger
Ryan Katz-Rosene
Gregory W. Fuller
Saliha Metinsoy
Amrita Narlikar
Nadine Voelkner
Cornel Ban
Aneta Spendzharova
Milan Babić
Eleni Tsingou
Nick Bernards
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