AP/POLS4295 3.0 A: Political Economy of Global Finance
Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite
Examines the functioning and broader ramifications of international finance. Emphasis is put on how financial markets operate, their historical evolution and their larger role in the working of the global political economy. Prerequisite: AP/POLS 3275 3.00 or permission of the Instructor.
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