[S] International Political Economy

TU Dresden | Sommersemester 2021 [S] International Political Economy

Seminar

Lecturer:

Stefan E. Schmitt

 

Open for the modules:

Bachelor BA-IB-P8 (obligatory),

Master MA-IB-WP-H-IP4

Erasmus students affiliated to the Center for International Studies (CIS)

 

Time:

Wednesdays (7) 18:30 - 20:00 - weekly sessions according to the the course plan.

Opening session:: 14. April 2021, 18:30 - 20:00 Uhr

 

Course is taking place via ZOOM:

https://tu-dresden.zoom.us/j/89712697057?pwd=TjBYN2xvelhscVZJV1B0c09pdFFXdz09

 

Updates:

The course starts with weekly sessions via Zoom. Hybrid sessions (online + presence) might be offered as soon as infection rates and TU Dresden guidelines will allow to do so.

 

Course Content:

International Political Economy (IPE) is an interdisciplinary academic discipline that analyses Global Politics, Global Economics and International Law. It is a field of enquiry often described as “question asking field”. Its central focus is the interrelationship between public and private power in the allocation of scarce resources on a global scale. It deals with the question of "who gets what, when and how". It explicitly addresses questions about the global distribution of power and wealth in the broader context of global finance, global production, global trade and global security,

 

Display more information
Loading Assessment overview
Loading overview