Globalization and International Economic Law
Designed to critically examine the phenomenon of globalization, and the related changes currently underway in contemporary international economic law, this class has a particular focus on the role of international economic law institutions, such as the WTO, IMF and World Bank, as they grapple with the many new issues which globalization has thrust onto their agendas. Registrants will undertake a multidisciplinary examination of the phenomenon of globalization and the associated transformation underway in contemporary international economic law and will employ tools and perspectives from a variety of the disciplines which have been used to examine globalization, such as economics, political theory, moral philosophy and sociology.
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