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Academic Year 2002/2003
International Political Economy
GOVT 329 FA
In this study of the politics of international economic relations, emphasis will be placed on analyzing competing theories of international political economy. Topics include trade, monetary relations, foreign direct
North-South relations, interdependence, imperialism and international economic organization.
Joan Spero and Jeffrey Hart, THE POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS
Robert Gilpin, U.S. POWER AND THE MULTINATIONAL CORPORATION
J. A. Hobson, IMPERIALISM
Robert Bates, MARKETS AND STATES IN
THE ORIGINS OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC DISORDER
Charles Kindleberger, THE WORLD IN DEPRESSION
EXAMINATIONS AND ASSIGNMENTS
Three research papers.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS and/or COMMENTS
There are no prerequisities, but some background in macroeconomics and international economics would be helpful.
Unless preregistered students attend the first class meeting or communicate directly with the instructor prior to the first class, they will be dropped from the class list. NOTE: Students must still submit a completed
Drop/Add form to the Registrar's
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