POLS 459/859: International Political Economy

Interface of politics and economics in the international arena. Political dimension of international economic issues emphasized. Includes: liberal, mercantile, and radical approaches; theories of imperialism; dependency and interdependency; distribution of the global product; the global division of labor; the political aspects of markets; the politics of trade, aid, investment, multinational corporations, food, and energy.
Credit Hours: 3
Course Delivery: Classroom
Groups: International Relations and Comparative Politics


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