Political Economy of International Relations
Provides an intensive investigation of the major political-economic actors and their interactions in the modern world economy: states, multinational enterprises, and international institutions. Serves as capstone experience for undergraduate students who are pursuing Political Economy or Security, Peace and Conflict as concentrations in political science, or who are pursuing a certificate in Markets and Management. Designed to help graduate students prepare for the qualifying exam in Security, Peace and Conflict and in Political Economy, and to provide them with an opportunity to conduct sustained research in these two fields. One course / 3 units.