International Political Economy

Course Overview - International Political Economy

The rapidly changing patterns of worldwide social, political and economic exchange exemplified by the end of the Cold War, the technology boom and bust cycle and the contentious discourse of neoliberal globalisation have focused the attention of students and their potential future employers on the multidisciplinary perspective offered by studying International Political Economy. Students will study the interaction between markets and politics in conjunction with policy on these areas and how it influences markets. Political Economy at BSIS focuses on the state, markets and society, ...

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Course Information

Study Mode

Part-time

Duration

2 Years

Start Date

01/2025

Campus

Canterbury campus

Course Address
University of Kent
Canterbury
CT2 7NZ
England

Application Details

Course Code

Unknown

Institution Code

K24

Points of Entry

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