Global Political Economy II: Policy and Analysis
This course reviews and builds on themes introduced in Global Political Economy 1: History and Theory (POL 361 H1 F). It focuses on significant challenges to world economic order, resilience, and justice. Specific national and international policies governing trade, capital flows, migration, development, production, and the environment are examined. Methods for analyzing the background, interaction, and implications of such policies are introduced. Students carry out their own rigorous policy analysis in a term-long research project.
Format and Requirements
One two-hour lecture per week. Course requirements TBA.
1.0 POL credit; ECO100Y1 or (ECO101H1 and ECO102H1) or ECO105Y1