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WWS 552: Relations Between the Industrialized and Developing Countries: Globalization, International Institutions and Development

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2005

This is a graduate course in international political economy suitable for graduate students in the Woodrow Wilson School. What is the impact of the major international economic institutions on the developing countries? What should the role of these institutions vis-à- vis the developing world be? Changing economic and political conditions around the world make understanding relations between the advanced industrial countries and the developing ones imperative. Globalization has added great complexity to the myriad issues surrounding North-South relations. The course examines the nature of...

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G8804: Theories of International Political Economy

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2004

This course is an advanced graduate colloquium on international political economy. It focuses on the key issues in international political economy, such as trade, monetary and fiscal policy, foreign investment, globalization, development, foreign aid, and international cooperation

G6801: Theories of International Politics

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2003

This course is an introduction to theories of international politics. It is intended as a survey course for first year graduate students in the Ph.D. program. Its focus is on theories of international politics, not current world events. The course begins with an introduction to the central concepts and methodological issues in social science. It then surveys theories on the three different levels of analysis used in international relations. It concludes with an examination of other key concepts and debates in the field.

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