Explores the development of global interdependence from the fifteenth century to World War II; the interrelationship of politics and economics; and international political economy from contextual, institutional, and historical perspectives. Offered: A.
This seminar examines different approaches to the history and structure of the global system. Through the writings of various authors, the seminar compares and evaluates the role of politics, economics, cultures, and institutions in the origins and development of the global system. This is a core course for IS graduate students and is not generally open to others.
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