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Politics, Policy, and Development

This track concerns the political forces behind global and domestic economic outcomes such as poverty, growth, and inequality. Students gain the theoretical tools and historical background relevant to contemporary debates on topics such as globalization, government regulation, the environment, economic justice, and human development.

  • PSC/IR 102 Introduction to International Political Economy
  • PSC/IR 106 Introduction to International Relations
  • IR 205 Global Sustainable Development: Policy and Practice
  • PSC/IR 217 How Countries Become Rich
  • IR 237 Gender and Development
  • PSC/IR 239 International Environmental Law & Policy
  • IR 240 Human Rights, Minorities and Migration in Europe
  • PSC 244K Politics and Markets: Innovation and The Global Business Environment
  • PSC 247 Green Markets: Environmental Opportunities and Pitfalls
  • PSC/IR 251 Authoritarianism
  • PSC/IR 255 Poverty and Development
  • PSC/IR 256 Theories of Comparative Politics
  • PSC/IR 257 The Origins of the Modern World
  • PSC/IR 259 Order, Violence, and the State
  • PSC/IR 261 Latin American Politics
  • PSC/IR 262 Elections in Developing Countries
  • PSC/IR 266 The Politics of India and Pakistan
  • PSC/IR 268 International Organization
  • PSC/IR 269 Migration, Economic Change, and Conflict
  • IR 286 Political Economy of Developing Countries
  • PSC 287 Theories of Political Economy
  • PSC/IR 289 Greek History and Civilization
  • PSC 290 Unequal Development and State Policy: Brazil, the U.S., and Nigeria
  • ANT 215 Public Health Anthropology
  • ANT 224 Anthropology of Development
  • ANT 226 Culture and Consumption
  • ANT 248 The Making of Modern Africa (HIS 110)
  • ANT 249 Global Masculinities
  • ANT 257 Chinese Society after Mao
  • ANT 265 Global Health
  • ANT 266 Anthropology of Globalization
  • ECO 228 Big Business in the South: Business History of Brazil (HIS 254)
  • ECO 238 Environmental Economics
  • ECO 252 Economies & Societies of Latin America and Caribbean since 1492 (HIS 250)
  • ECO 255 Africa's Sleeping Giant: Nigeria since 1804 (HIS 212)
  • ECO 257 Corruption and the Global Economy in Historical Perspective (HIS 209)
  • ECO 268 Economics of Globalization
  • ECO 269 International Trade
  • ECO 270 International Economics
  • ECO 273 Economic Growth and Development
  • ECO 275 Development Economics
  • HIS 113 African Americans in South Africa
  • HIS 155 Film as History: Modern Latin America
  • HIS 186 History of Energy Resources and Utilization
  • HIS 201 New Perspectives in Global History
  • HIS 204 History of International and Global Health
  • HIS 210 Africa Welcomes China
  • HIS 235 Earth, Wind, Water, Fire: An Environmental History of the Globe
  • HIS 236 Digital History: Mapping the Yellow and Yangtze Rivers
  • HIS 241 Digital History: The South China Sea
  • HIS 244 China in Africa: The Socialist and Capitalist Stories
  • HIS 246 The Silk Road, Old and New
  • HIS 246 Digital History: The World that Trade Created, 1400-Present
  • HIS 246 Digital History: Mapping China's Economic "Miracle"
  • HIS 251 African Diaspora in Latin America (REL 261)
  • HIS 252 Immigration and the Americas
  • HIS 303 International Human Rights
  • HIS 327 Real Existing Socialism
  • HIS 342 Rich China, Poor China
  • HIS 350 Of Captors and Captives
  • HIS 351 Urban History of Latin America, 1850-Present
  • REL 224 Christianity and Social Change