Economics and Politics: editorial note

Document Type: Original Article

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Faculty of Economics and Political Sciences, Shahid Beheshti University, Ttehran. Iran

Abstract

One can talk about the relationship between Economics and Politics in two distinct, and at the same time, intermingled framework; classic and modern relationship. The first one emerges from the dawning of economic science itself. Due to that natural relationship between economics and politics, economics was called “Political Economy”. The second relationship between economics and politics is much more novel one. This is analyzing politics by using economic methodology. Nevertheless, both the above approaches are in the context of famous expression that is “Political Economy”. By benefiting from the interdisciplinary method, this article is highlighting the potential relationships between economics and politics. Meanwhile, one of the key mission of this note is concentrating on some substantive relationships between these two distinct disciplines and their interdisciplinary dimensions.

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