17.196 Globalization, Fall 2002
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Analyzes changes in the international economy and their effects in the politics, economy, and society of advanced and emerging countries. Topics to be explored include: the independence of national governments; wage inequality; unemployment; industrial production outside national borders and its consequences for innovation, efficiency, and jobs; fairness in trade; and mass culture versus local values. 17.195 fulfills undergraduate public policy requirement in the major and minor. Graduate students are expected to explore the subject in greater depth.
international economy, domestic politics, economy, and society, globalization, wages, inequality, social safety nets, production, innovation, developed countries, developing countries, democracy, Globalization