Course Details

01:790:327 International Political Economy

  • Academic Credits: 3
  • Course for Minor: Government and Business
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Course Description:

International Political Economy (IPE) studies how political factors affect economic outcomes and how economic factors influence political consequences at three the domestic, regional and international levels of analysis. Therefore, the mainstream IPE examines the interaction between “societal interests” and “political institutions” to understand how economic and political policies are conclusively made and how these policies may further shape the welfare of both the society and the state.