Internatl Political Economy

International Political Economy
This course examines the politics of global economic relations, focusing principally on the advanced industrial states. How do governments and firms deal with the forces of globalization and interdependence? And what are the causes and consequences of their actions for the international system in turn? The course exposes students to both classic and contemporary thinking on free trade and protectionism, exchange rates and monetary systems, foreign direct investment and capital movements, regional integration, and the role of international institutions like the WTO. Readings will be drawn mainly from political science, as well as law and economics. (PSCI 0109 or PSCI 0201) 3 hrs. lect./disc.
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PSCI 0304

All Sections in Fall 2011

Fall 2011

PSCI0304A-F11 Lecture (Morrison)
PSCI0304Y-F11 Discussion (Morrison)
PSCI0304Z-F11 Discussion (Morrison)