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130cp at 1000 level or above OR (20cp in HIST or MHIS or POL or POIR or MHIX or POIX units at 2000 level)
This unit provides an advanced introduction to the study of international political economy, and to develop students’ research, analytical and problem-solving skills. The unit examines the key questions, concepts, findings and controversies in the study of global economic integration and interdependence and considers the role of the state and non-state actors in shaping the international system.
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Provide an analysis on a topic
Write an essay utilising the required readings in the unit and your own independent research.
Students are required to demonstrate knowledge of key concepts, debates, substantive issues examined in the unit
There is an expectation that all students will read the designated readings before coming to lectures and tutorials. They will be expected to contribute to class discussions and activities based on their preparation.
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|18/02/2021||Further adjustments to due dates for assessments in light of public holiday.|
|17/02/2021||Adjustment to due date for assignment due to public holiday|