Course #: INTREL 638L
''Global governance'' refers both to something empirical -- ''what (limited) world government we have'' -- and to an approach to the study of global problems, one that highlights the economic and cultural contexts of political globalization and foregrounds the questions of whether and how current processes can be made more effective. Students will become familiar with the variety of theoretical approaches to global governance and knowledgeable about its context, including the globalization of industrial capitalism in which global governance emerged, and about its empirics, what it is today. Students' final papers and in-class presentations will investigate the prospects for reform of global governance in an issue area of their choice.
Pre-requisite: Graduate standing or permission of instructor
5:30 - 8:15 pm
|Hasan,Muhammed Mahdi||Wheatley W01-0060|
Class Dates: 09/05/2023 - 12/13/2023
Pre Requisites: Pre-requisite: Graduate standing or permission of instructor