(POSC 362) International Political Economy
Surveys the language, theory, and modern history of international political economy and development.
|Credit Hours||3.0 Lecture|
1. Be familiar with basic international political economic theory.
2. Be able to identify (and work on answering) important, unanswered questions in fields such as trade, monetary policy, and capital mobility.
3. Be able to connect theory to real-world examples.
4. Develop critical thinking skills through both written and oral work.
5. Improve writing and public speaking ability.