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LAW 1085: Law and Global Development
Spring 2024 • Section 21 • CRN 46061

Course Description

This course will deal with past and present debates over the role that law and legal institutions play in international development. We will examine various aspects of the relationships among economic ideas, legal ideas, and development policies pursued at national and international levels, with an emphasis on trade, global supply chains, and the roles of international organizations such as the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund. The course will introduce students to diverse methodologies, including economics, law, critical studies, and other disciplines to understand the successes and failures of globalization and development initiatives over time and across countries.


Schedule

Day/Time Location
M 1:10-3:00 PM Klein 8A

Course Details

Instructor
  • Mae Nguyen
Credit Hours

3 Credits

Seats/Capacity

18

Course Type
  • Writing
Course Modality

Classroom

Fulfills J.D. Requirement
  • Writing Research
Programs

None

Registration Info

No Registration Restrictions.


Book List/Materials