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INTS 311: International Political Economy

Term: Spring

Credits: 4

Degree Requirements: F8

An overview of major issues and theoretical paradigms in international political economy, including interdependence, foreign economic
policymaking, the evolution of the international financial system, the role of multinational corporations, and issues in the North-South
dialogue. Emphasis is on the variety of ways in which political and economic forces interact to affect flows of goods, services,
investments, money and technology.

Prerequisites: Introduction to International Relations, or permission of the instructor