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date: 23 January 2021

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This article introduces gender and (international) political economy, which is the study of gendered social relations in the context of (international) political economy. It explores three areas of gender and political economy scholarship: namely, the regimes of accumulation, production and consumption, the regimes of governance, and the struggles for reform and transformation. The article also tries to show the tense relationship between gender and (international) political economy and (international) political economy, along with the key contribution of gender and (international) political economy to a more distinctive and gender sensitive understanding of modern politics.

Keywords: gender and (international) political economy, gendered social relations, political economy scholarship, (international) political economy, modern politics

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