Ronen Palan
Ronen Palan
professor of International Political Economy, City University London
Verified email at city.ac.uk
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Tax havens: How globalization really works
R Palan, R Murphy, C Chavagneux
Cornell University Press, 2013
7122013
The offshore world: sovereign markets, virtual places, and nomad millionaires
R Palan
Cornell University Press, 2006
5802006
The imagined economies of globalization
A Cameron, R Palan
Sage, 2004
4032004
State strategies in the global political economy
P Deans, R Palan
Pinter, 1996
3391996
Tax havens and the commercialization of state sovereignty
R Palan
International organization, 151-176, 2002
3352002
Global political economy: contemporary theories
R Palan
Routledge, 2013
2092013
A world of their making: an evaluation of the constructivist critique in International Relations
R Palan
Review of International Studies, 575-598, 2000
1882000
Trying to have your cake and eating it: how and why the state system has created offshore
R Palan
International Studies Quarterly 42 (4), 625-643, 1998
1791998
Les paradis fiscaux
C Chavagneux, RP Palan
La découverte, 2007
1032007
From Bretton Woods to the casino economy
S Strange, RP Palan
941994
New trends in global political economy
R Palan
Global political economy: Contemporary theories, 1-18, 2000
892000
Towards a non-rationalist international political economy
A Amin, R Palan
Review of international political economy 8 (4), 559-577, 2001
832001
Are all politics domestic? Perspectives on the integration of comparative politics and international relations theories
JK Jacobsen
Comparative Politics, 93-115, 1996
761996
The imagined economy: mapping transformations in the contemporary state
A Cameron, R Palan
Millennium 28 (2), 267-288, 1999
701999
On the idealist origins of the realist theory of international relations
RP Palan, BM Blair
Review of international studies 19 (4), 385-399, 1993
591993
Offshore and the structural enablement of sovereignty
R Palan
Offshore finance centres and tax havens, 18-42, 1999
581999
Transcending the State-Global Divide a Neostructuralist Agenda in International Relations
B Gills, R Palan
581994
The end of liberal finance? The changing paradigm of global financial governance
A Nesvetailova, R Palan
Millennium 38 (3), 797-825, 2010
552010
A very North Atlantic credit crunch: geopolitical implications of the global liquidity crisis
A Nesvetailova, R Palan
Journal of International Affairs, 165-185, 2008
522008
The history of tax havens
R Palan
History & Policy, 2009
512009
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