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ECO 305 - Economic Globalization

Course Objectives

At the end of the semester, students can identify the underlying processes of economic globalization and see the interconnectedness between the strategies of the two main actors of globalization that are TNCs and national states. They can also distinguish different implications of globalization on different segments of society in both developed and developing countries.

Course Description

Globalization concept, globalization debates, global trends on production, trade and direct investments, theoretical approaches on the power of the nation state vis-à-vis globalization, Variations in State Economic Policies in different country cases, transnational corporations, The Geography of Transnational Production Networks, the bargaining relationship between states and transnational corporations;the effects of globalization on the daily lives: the winners and losers within the developed and developing countries

Course Coordinator
Derya Gültekin
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