This course, International Political Economy, will highlight and examine the reasons why states developed the way they did- why some states are poor, while some others are prosperous; and why some states have good governance, while others do not. It examines the inner workings of a state, and tries to ascertain why they developed the way they did, through analyzing its economic growth and governance.
The course is open to all university students. The course schedule will run from 2nd August until 23rd August 2017, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9:00 - 12:00. Upon the completion of the course, students will receive the certificate of completion with valid transferable credits toward their relevant undergraduate degree.
Deadline of Registration: 28th July 2017
For any inquiries, please email Ms. Annalizza Tuazon at firstname.lastname@example.org or approach her directly at Room 219 at Zaman University.
Dr. Bradley J. is an assistant professor of political science and serves as director of the program in Global Development Studies. He was named by Seattle Pacific students as the 2017 Professor of the Year.