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International Economic Relations


International Relations
Enrollment in this course is by invitation only

About This Course

This course is aimed for students to understand the basics about international economic relations. So they are expected to understand the rational of goals, interactions and consequences of countries, institutions and individual agents in the world economy.

Course Content

1. International Economic Relations: historical analysis and current status

2. International trade: fundamental approaches and political economy

3. International mobility of labour and capital: international investment and the role of transnational companies

4. Monetary relations and the international financial system

5. Development and (non)Sustainability

Bibliography

KRUGMAN, Paul, OBSTFELD, Maurice e MELITZ, Marc (2018), International Economics, Theory and Policy, 11th Edition, Pearson.

O'BRIEN, R. e WILLIAMS, M. (2016), Global Political Economy: Evolution and Dynamics; 5ª Edição; Palgrave MacMillan

SPERO, J e HART, J., The Politics of International Economic Relations,7th edition, Wadsworth Publishing, 2009

Oatley, T., International Political Economy

Wallerstein, I., World-Systems Analysis: An Introduction

Wallerstein, I., The Politics of the World Economy: The States, the Movements and the Civilizations