Geoeconomics

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Dr Klaus Solberg Søilen is Associate Professor at Halmstad University in Sweden and Professor at Nordic International Management Institute (NIMI) in Chengdu, China. He is the editor-in-chief of Journal of Intelligence Studies in business (JISIB) and the associate editor of International Journal of In...

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With the shift from geopolitics to geoeconomics the focus is no longer the Heartland or the Rimland, or any coherent geographical region, but the set of all geographical locations containing economically-important natural resources, what we shall call the Nareland (Natural Resource Lands). This new logic of dispersed geographical locations marks the shift from geopolitics to geoeconomics.

The centre stage has been taken over by the private-sector organization, the corporation. This means that power has been transferred from the public to the private sphere. It means that the nation state is ceding its power to individuals – less in some countries and more in others, for instance less in Sweden than in the USA; but the trend is clear, and it is global.

  1. From geopolitics to geoeconomics
  2. The legacy of the discipline of geopolitics
    1. The seduction of maps
    2. The seduction of history
    3. The seduction of current events
  3. The renaissance of geopolitical thought
    1. The Great Game
    2. The conflict between Western and Asian values
  4. Elements of geoeconomics
    1. The doctrine of the Nareland
    2. Normative intelligence analysis
    3. A victory for historical materialism
    4. Competitive advantage of nations: theories and realities
    5. Nation states controlled by multinationals
    6. Multinationals controlled by the nation state
  5. Geoeconomics in relation to evolutionary theory
    1. The organic view of social behaviour
    2. Evolutionary theory versus environmental adaptation
    3. Evolutionary economics and the competition between scientific paradigms
  6. Geoeconomic maxims
    1. Key intelligence topics for the study of geoeconomics
    2. Perspectives by topics and dimensions
    3. Perspectives by geographical location
  7. Bibliography