Power and Money in Global Society (INGS1001)


Making sense of a rapidly-changing economic and political world is a challenging agenda. This unit introduces a range of approaches to understand global economic and political integration and shifting power. In particular, the unit focuses on how the roles of nation states, international organisations and globalising markets are changing, and the way conflicts that arise with these changes are being and might be addressed.

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2x1-hr lectures/week, 1x1-hr tutorial/week


600wd assignment (15%) and 400wd tutorial presentation (10%) and 1700wd essay (35%) and 1.5hr exam (40%)

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