Black coal, thin ice: the discursive legitimisation of Australian coal in the age of climate change
Article published at Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, July 2021 Introducing our new article, “Black Coal, Thin Ice: The...
International political economy is a subfield of Political Science. Researchers in this field see a policy output as a result of interactions among given political institutions, relevant actors, and the actors' (political economic) interests. These interactions occur domestically, inter-governmentally, and transnationally. The work mentioned here can be an analysis of any of these parts: some describe the actors' interests or their interactions per se, and others analyze the extent to which these factors predict policy outputs.