Globalization and Domestic Politics

POLSCI347

Examines the economic and political consequences of integrating international markets for democracy. Will explore the political and ethical implications of various features of globalization including trade, outsourcing, mobile finance capital, reform of the welfare state, international and intra-national inequality, uneven economic development, regional integration, etc. Class will end with a consideration of political and policy challenges presented by globalizing markets.

Crosslisting Numbers: 

MMS

Curriculum Codes: 

SS, EI, CCI, R
Term: 
Spring 2017
Days: 
M, W
Time: 
10:05 AM - 11:20 AM
Instructor: 
E. Wibbels
Room: 
Gray 228