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2021 Spring

INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY - POS510 Spring 2021


Course
Adrian Brisku
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This course provides a solid basis to the understandings of international political economy (IPE) or as more recently referred to, by scholars, as global political economy (GPE). It offers historical contexts to the emergence of theoretical perspectives on IPE/GPE and various analysis (drawing on such perspectives) of the twentieth and twenty-first century global economic structures and processes: international trade, monetary and financial systems, globalisation of production, development, inequality and so on. The course gives students the opportunity to critically analyse such structures, processes, as well as the roles of state and non-state actors as to develop their own independent thinking and analytical skills on the potentials, limits and impacts of IPE/GPE.

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