CourseBook :: ipec4301.001.15s
Course Title: Political Economy of Industrialized Countries
Class Info:
Class Section: IPEC4301.001.15S Instruction Mode: Face-to-Face
Class Level: Undergraduate Activity Type: Lecture
Semester Credit Hours: 3 Class Number: 26055
Grading: Graded - Undergraduate Session Type: Regular Academic Session
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Status: Class Status: OPEN    Available Seats: 1    Enrolled Total: 39    Waitlist: 0
Description: IPEC 4301 - Political Economy of Industrialized Countries (3 semester credit hours) Are democracy and dapitalism compatible? Do economic busts and booms affect citizens' voting behavior? Do politicians use the economy for their own political ends, and how this could be avoided? Has globalization undermined the ability of national governments to affect anything with politics anymore? This class explores the relationship between capitalism and democracy in the context of Industrialized Countries by studying the way economic realities affect voting behaviors and politicians, and how globalization affects national government policy. (3-0) T
Jonas Bunte      email:

Class Location and Times

Term: 15S
Type: Regular Academic Session
Starts: January 12, 2015
Ends: May 11, 2015

January 12, 2015-May 2, 2015
Monday, Wednesday
SLC 2.304

SLC Building
Floor 2 - Room 2.304
  • Date: May 11, 2015   Time: 5:00pm-7:45pm   Location: SLC 2.304
College: School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences
Syllabus: Syllabus for Political Economy of Industrialized Countries (IPEC4301.001.15S)
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