PLSC 237 - The Individual, State, and Marketplace Credits: 3
An introduction to international political economy, which examines the interactions between international politics and international economics. Beginning with an introduction to the primary theories guiding international political economy, topics studied include international capital markets, global and regional trade, monetary policy, global finance, and the effects of these issues on domestic politics. Not applicable to the political science major or minor. Applies to the General Education Social Science requirements.
Grade Mode: Normal (A-F,I,W)
Schedule Type: Lecture
College Code: CAS
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