On successful completion of the course the student should be able to:
This course looks at the interplay between politics and markets. It assesses how economic patterns may help explain and account for political phenomena and looks at central political arrangements that govern and shape the world economy. It introduces students to key theories of the International Political Economy (IPE) discipline and exposes them to the origins and evolution of our current global political and economic system.
Topics covered in the course include:
Lectures and class discussions. Students also complete one obligatory, individual and short written assignment.
Estimated workload is about 200 hours.
School of Business and Law