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Fall Courses on Globalization and the International Economy

September 2, 2008

WAGE Senior Fellows and Affiliates regularly offer graduate and undergraduate courses related to globalization and the international economy. The Center for World Affairs and the Global Economy encourages students to review the below list of courses offered this fall.  Please note that enrollment is at the discretion of the individual professor and a number of the undergraduate courses allow for graduate enrollment and vice versa.

For further information about the courses or to view summaries and syllabi, please visit the WAGE courses website at http://wage.wisc.edu/students/courses/.

Graduate:

Energy Analysis and Policy
Greg Nemet, Professor for La Follette School of Public Affairs and Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies
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Environmental Strategy and Sustainability
Thomas Eggert, Senior Lecturer, School of Business

Law and Modernization in the Developing World
David M. Trubek, Professor of Law
John Ohnesorge, Associate Professor of Law
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The Politics of Revolution
Edward Friedman, Professor of Political Science
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Trade, Competition and Governance in a Global Economy
Menzie Chinn, Professor of Economics
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Transnational Regulation: Safety of Globally Sourced Products
David M. Trubek, Professor of Law
Stephanie Tai, Assistant Professor of Law
Peter Carstensen, Professor of Law
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Undergraduate:

America and the World since 1898
Jeremi Suri, Professor of History
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Challenges of Democratization
Edward Friedman, Professor of Political Science
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Economic Problems of Developing Areas
Laura Schechter, Assistant Professor of Agricultural and Applied Economics
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Global Challenges: Topics in International Studies
Scott Straus, Associate Professor of Political Science
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The Growth and Development of Nations in the Global Economy
Bradford Barham, Professor of Agricultural and Applied Economics
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For professors interested in posting course information or adding syllabi, please email the pertinent information to wage@intl-institute.wisc.edu and we will post it to our course pages. We look forward to expanding our offerings and providing a central location for course options for students interested in globalization.

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