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Academic Year 2005/2006
The Politics of International Economic Relations, Part II
CSS 426 SP
This sequence in the junior tutorial covers some of the major issues in international political economy today: trade, monetary relations, the environment, underdevelopment, and globalization. International economic
will be studied in light of domestic and international political and economic forces. Political economy constructs will be subject to critical analysis primarily through competing theoretical perspectives and historical
The principal theoretical visions that will inform the analysis will be Liberalism, Mercantilism and Marxism.
Spero and Hart, THE POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS
Robert Gilpin, U.S. POWER AND THE MULTINATIONAL CORPORATION
Robert Gilpin, THE CHALLENGE OF GLOBAL CAPITALISM
Lechers and Boli, eds., THE
Crane and Amawi,
THE THEORETICAL EVOLUTION OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
Martha Nussbaum, WOMEN AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
Amartya Sen, DEVELOPMENT AND FREEDOM
EXAMINATIONS AND ASSIGNMENTS
Several short papers and one long research paper.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS and/or COMMENTS
Open only to CSS majors. This is a fourth quarter class. You will have five days after the start of this class to add it.
Gen Ed Area Dept:
Links to Web Resources For This Course.
- Instructor(s): Gallarotti,Giulio
- Times: .....F. 02:00PM-04:00PM; Location: PAC104;
- Reserved Seats: (Total Limit: 15)
- Curricular Renewal: Writing
- Permission: Permission of Instructor Required
POI forms will be distributed by the instructor during the browsing period of pre-registration and must be submitted to the Registrar's office prior to the on-line registration appointment
Last Updated on MAR-30-2006
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