POLS V3633 International Political Economy: Theories, Approaches, and Debates. 3 points.
Not offered during 2018-19 academic year.
Prerequisites: At least sophomore standing. An introductory course in Economics or International Politics is recommended. Not open to students who have taken POLS BC3800. Limited to 55 students. L-course sign-up through eBear.
Survey of the contending theories and approaches to the study of international political economy. Topics covered include: hegemony and stability, international cooperation, economic statecraft and sanctions, domestic actors and lobbyists, development and dependency, post-Communist reforms, and globalization. Syllabus.