POE-380 International Political Economy

An exploration of how politics and economics intersect in the global arena. Considers key institutions and the role of state and transnational actors in facilitating and undermining economic and political development. Examines the rise of globalization including its empirical and moral dimensions. Prerequisites: POE-120, POE-250, POE-263, and POE 299; or permission of Instructor if a student is not a major or minor in the POE department.


3 credits


POE-120, POE-250, POE-263 and POE-299 must be completed or Instructor permission required if not in a POE Major or minor prior to registering for this course.