International Political Economy
This course examines the relationship between political power and economics at the international level. It emphasizes how states regulate and intervene in markets and the ways markets affect the ability of states to make policy. Topics covered include globalization, trade, regionalism, finance and financial crises, development, inequality, food and agriculture, resources, and the international political economy of crime.
Senate Revision March 3, 2011: PO330 Description and prerequisite revised; effective September 1, 2011.