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Rome, Italy

Politics of the Global Economy

Global Temple Conference

Course Number: 
2321
Semester(s) Offered: 
Fall 2019
Spring 2020
Spring 2019
Credit Hours: 
3
Description: 

In Rome, this course deals with the interaction between political and economic processes at the international level, through the analysis of the International Political Economy (IPE) and the advanced knowledge of the main actors, processes and issues at stake in global political-economic relations (trade-security and trade-democracy nexuses, multinational investment and its geo-political implications, political and economic risk, the politics and performance of poverty reduction, financial crises and the management of power asymmetries in the international system, global governance issues). 

 

Pre-requisites: 

International politics course. At Temple, Political Science 1301 | International Politics or Political Science 1931 | Honors International Politics.

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