Course Descriptions

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I R 736 : International Development and Globalization

Prerequisites: Graduate standing and I R 720 or equivalent.
Description: Colonial legacies, economic strategies, contemporary challenges in the former Third World; contrasting theories of development and globalization; feminist and ecological critiques; roles of the World Bank, IMF, and WTO, transnational corporations, new global forums and social movements "from below". (Plus-minus letter grade only.)
Units: 3
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