Courses

Fall 2016

Politics of International Economic Relations

, 3 pts, UN3630

POLITCS OF INTL ECON RELATIONS

This upper-level undergraduate course examines the intersection of politics and economics at primarily the international level. The course involves the careful reading and evaluation of the dominant theoretical and methodological approaches as currently used in the IPE field, as well as examination of prominent debates within the major IPE subject areas of trade, finance, development and globalization.  This class does not have an economics or a specific political science prerequisite, but assumes a general understanding of historical and contemporary political and economic events. As a 3000-level course, this class would not be an appropriate choice for students who have not already taken introductory courses in political science, including international relations and comparative politics.

Section Number
001
Call Number
64283
Day, Time & Location
TR 11:40am-12:55pm 702 Hamilton Hall
Instructor
Jennifer H Dwyer