INST6333 | PRINCIPLES OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY

Basic concepts and principles of international political economy. Theories and practical applications of political economy, success and failure of the application of theory. Elements of international economy and their influences on states. The role of non-state actors in structuring the international political system, international financial organizations (the World Bank and International Monetary Fund), the World Trade Organization, and multinational corporations. Relations between states of the North and the South in the areas of trade and development, and international financing and investment. World financial crises and their political and economic effects.

Prerequisite: 
INST6300 | INTRODUCTION TO INERNATIONAL RELATIONS
INST6311 | RESEARCH METHODS