INTA 661: INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS

Credits: 
3

The course explores the regulatory problems of international economic relations from an interdisciplinary perspective. Using economic, legal and political science frameworks of analysis, the course focuses on the regulation of international trade and the problems therein to individual contract, national and international levels. World trade regimes and financial institutions are also focused upon for their international regulatory role. Transnational corporations, the debt crisis and the politics of structural adjustment are also examined.