POLI 2534 International Political Economy (Spring: 3 )
International politics and economics are inextricably linked. Economic policies like interest rates are deeply embedded in political institutions and can have major political repercussions. Governments’ political decisions like how to organize international trade can significantly affect the economic well being of citizens in both their own country as well as those in other countries. Not only are economics and politics tightly wedded; they are also hugely important. Pretty much everyone pretty much everywhere is deeply influenced by international political economy. This course is an introduction into the contours of that intersection between international politics and economics.
Instructor(s): Gary Winslett
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Last Updated: 13-Oct-17