This chapter sums up the key findings of this study on materialisation hegemonic and globalisation discourses in Greece and Ireland. The results indicate that while political economy and domestic institutions play an important role in the materialisation process of hegemonic discourse, they cannot account on their own, combined or separately, for the materialisation of globalisation discourse. The countries examined and the findings presented here point to the significant limitations of the models-of-political-economy approach to international political economy.
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