International Political Economy Research Workshop
This information is for the 2021/22 session.
Professor Jeffrey Chwieroth and Dr Ellen Holtmaat
This course is open to all interested MPhil/PhD students and faculty in the Department of International Relations. It is available with permission as an outside option to students on other programmes where regulations permit.
IR555 is part of the research-training programme for all research students working in the area of international political economy: the relationship between states and markets in a global context. The workshop's principal objective is to foster intellectual exchange by showcasing new and innovative work from leading and emerging scholars. The workshop will provide a forum in which research students can present their work, discuss the theoretical and methodological problems involved, discuss common challenges in conducting research in this area and obtain feedback on their work. Research in this area works at multiple levels of analysis and draws on an array of theoretic and methodological approaches from several disciplines. Both historical and contemporary questions are addressed across a range of issues including: trade, migration, global environmental politics, international economic organisations, economic diplomacy, international finance, foreign investment, exchange rates, and monetary relations.
A minimum of 6 hours of seminars in the MT. A minimum of 6 hours of seminars in the LT. Some of these will be delivered online.
This course is not assessed.
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Important information in response to COVID-19
Please note that during 2021/22 academic year some variation to teaching and learning activities may be required to respond to changes in public health advice and/or to account for the differing needs of students in attendance on campus and those who might be studying online. For example, this may involve changes to the mode of teaching delivery and/or the format or weighting of assessments. Changes will only be made if required and students will be notified about any changes to teaching or assessment plans at the earliest opportunity.
Department: International Relations
Total students 2020/21: Unavailable
Average class size 2020/21: 1
Value: Non-credit bearing
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