Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

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DPPG 8648


Negotiating Global Development Policy

Are economic and social development legitimate concerns of global governance for developing countries? This course identifies the critical issues and challenges of global development policy in a highly interdependent world and formulates policy responses to them. The policy areas that we will study include trade, financial stability, development financing, sustainable development, foreign investment, intellectual property rights, global data governance and climate Change mitigation. This graduate seminar provides a conceptual overview and empirical illustrations of the foundations of, and negotiated changes in, global development policy. The course combines lectures, class discussions, group projects, role-playing negotiation simulations, and student presentations.

Development Practice & Policy
Development Practice & Policy
Intl Policy & Management
Requirements Fulfilled:
Equivalent Courses:
GIPD 8648
IPSG 8648 *


Spring 2024 - MIIS

DPPG8648A-S24 Seminar (Liang)

Fall 2022 - MIIS

DPPG8648A-F22 Seminar (Liang)

Fall 2021 - MIIS

DPPG8648A-F21 Seminar (Liang)

Spring 2019 - MIIS, MIIS Workshop

DPPG8648S-S19 Seminar (Liang)

Spring 2018 - MIIS

DPPG8648S-S18 Seminar (Liang)

Fall 2016 - MIIS

DPPG8648A-F16 Seminar (Liang)

Fall 2015 - MIIS

DPPG8648A-F15 Seminar (Liang)