International Studies | Global Markets & Governance
I203 | 21789 | Biles, J


This course focuses on how political and social factors affect the
economic conditions of sub-national groups, countries and the globe,
and vice versa, how such economic circumstances affect local,
national and world politics. It introduces students to the major
viewpoints of specialists in public policy and economic arenas, the
methods and tools they use, and the experiences of representative
countries and regions.  They will learn some basic concepts in
economics and political science along with being familiar with
alternative perspectives that can be found in other disciplines.

This section meets with GEOG-G317 Fall 2006