Courses Handbook 2006 - [Archived]

306654 (v.1) SS 574 - International Relations (Political Economy)


Department of Social Sciences



Contact Hours:

** The tuition pattern below provides details of the types of classes and their duration. This is to be used as a guide only. For more precise information please check your unit outline. **


1 x 2 Hours Weekly


The dynamic interface between power and wealth as embodied in states and markets. Exploration of the role of government in relation to markets today, the limits of the market compared with obligations of the government to the citizenry and major issues in political economy - environmental protection, economic globalisation, social security and others.
** To ensure that the most up-to-date information about unit references, texts and outcomes appears, they will be provided in your unit outline prior to commencement. **

Field of Education:

090101 Political Science

Funding Cluster:

05 - Behavioural Science, Social Studies

SOLT (Online) Definitions*:

*Extent to which this unit or thesis utilises online information

Result Type:



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