POEC / GLST / INTR 483: International Political Economy: The Politics of Globalization Report a Broken Link

Political Economy 483/Global Studies 483/International Relations 483: International Political Economy: The Politics of Globalization is a senior-level, three-credit course in international political economy that introduces the highly contested issues and contradictory positions concerning the meaning and significance of globalization. Through a theoretical and descriptive approach, the course focuses on the evolution of post-Second World War global power relations and the political and economic institutions that have brought us to the present era of globalization

Required Readings


Unit 2


“Pre-Globalization” and International Power-relations and Practices
Samir Amin and David Luckin, “The Challenge of Globalization.” Review of International Political Economy 3:2, Summer 1996, pp. 216-259.

Unit 5


Multinational Corporations and Global Production