International Economics and Finance

This is an introduction to the political economy of the modern world, locating economic processes within the wider social and political context. Topics include: the world after Bretton Woods; landmark debates in 20th-century economic thought and policy application; changes in economic structure and regulation; the previously 'planned' economies and their transition to the market economy; industrialisation and underdevelopment in the developing world; and globalisation, trade and global financial markets.

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30 credits at level 4

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