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POL 352 Global Political Economy (3 credits)

Global economic relations are inherently international and political because they involve cross border flows of goods, money, services, and people and they reflect and create power. This course focuses on the nature and impact of the movement of goods (trade), capital (money,, foreign direct investment, bailouts), services (call centers), people (migration), and even "bads" (pollution and disease) to understand the challenges of and opportunities for development, globalization, and international cooperation in today’s world. (Prerequisite: POL 105/115 is strongly recommended.)