PAI680.12 International Economic Processes

Taught in Spanish at the Pontificia Universidad Catolica and may not be offered every semester. This course examines, from a political perspective, the most relevant themes in international commerce. As an introduction, it addresses the changes in international society (interdependence and globalization) and their effects on the international economic processes. The course presents the common paradigms used for analyzing this topic and the tendencies of multilateralism regionalism. The second part of the course studies the institutions that govern globalization (IMF, World Bank, WTO, etc), placing special emphasis on the World Trade Organization and on the principal debates that occur in this context. (UC code: ICP 5462)

Department: Public Administration and International Affairs

Location: Santiago

Credits: 2