Graduate (or upper undergraduate) courses developed but not taught:
International political economy (3 cr.)
This graduate seminar examines the interaction between the political and economic factors (policy and institution) that shape international economic relations in the areas of trade, investment, production, development, and finance. It draws on classic and state-of-art theoretical and empirical literature on political science, economics, and development. Beyond the course material, the seminar aims to get students to practice presenting a research puzzle and pushing an argument. Students will do this by taking turns leading the first part of the seminar and presenting their own research design to the seminar’s participants.