This course provides students with a critical understanding of globalisation from a political economy perspective. The course covers: theories and explanations of globalisation; the relationship between international relations and the world economy; the historical development and various components of globalisation; and the implications of globalisation for power, states and societies, governance, inequality, and security. Assessment includes, seminar contribution and presentation or short paper, and a major research paper. Prerequisites: NIL Co-requisites: NIL Incompatibles: 6005GIR Globalisation AND 6005IBA Globalisation & the International Political Economy AND 7112IBA Globalisation and Corporate Social Responsibility.
Nathan Trimester 1
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Monday 18:00 - 20:50
Weeks 1 - 7, 8 - 12