Themes in International Political Economy
0.5 Credit

This seminar course examines the international division of labour since WW II (or the first Oil Crisis), the re-alignment of goods and service production, circulation and consumption, international trade flows and the structures of inequality in international terms of trade, the changing role of nation-states in an increasingly globalized, neo-liberal world, the role of supra-national economic and political institutions, and the attendant issues of social resistance.