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IPS 343: Political Economy of the New Europe: The Eastern Enlargement of NATO and the EU
The recent past and future of E. Central Europe as an actor in and an object of the EU and NATO. Political and economic concerns and goals of the most important EU or NATO members including France, Germany, and the U.S. Guidelines governing further expansion of these institutions...
Professors: Meredith Heiser-Duron
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IPS 348: Chinese Politics: The Transformation and the Era of Reform
(Graduate students register for 348.) For advanced undergraduates and beginning graduate students. The content, process, and consequences of reform in China from 1976 to the present. Changes in property rights, markets, credit, and the role of the state in economic development. (...
Professors: Jean Oi
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Workload: 5-10 hours/week | GERs: DBSocSci, ECGlobalCom
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IPS 352: Decision Making in International Crises: The A-Bomb, the Korean War, and the Cuban Missile Crisis
For advanced undergraduates and graduate students. Primary documents and secondary literature. (Bernstein)
Professors: Barton J Bernstein
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Workload: 10-15 hours/week | GERs: DBSocSci
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IPS 362: New Economics of Organization
Survey of economic approaches to organization, emphasizing theory and application, with attention to politics. (Weingast)
Professors: Barry R Weingast
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IPS 364: Organizations as Governance Structures
Introduction to a body of work that treats organizations as governance structures that coordinate transactions between firms while creating and maintaining cooperation within firms. In-depth reading of economic accounts of the firm (transaction cost economics, agency theory, and ...
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IPS 364: Politics and Organization
A foundation for understanding organized activity as it reflects the organization of political life.Coverage of theories is eclectic and interdisciplinary. Emphasis is on political institutions and formal organizations generally, and the norms, expectations, and routines characte...
Professors: Jonathan Bendor; Terry M Moe
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IPS 365: Organizational Decision Making
Behavioral theories of organization. Emphasis is on the institutional applications of bounded rationality. Models of incrementalism; evolutionary models of change; organizational learning. The differences between predictions of theories of perfect rationality and those of imperfe...
Professors: Jonathan Bendor
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IPS 379: Latin American Development: Economy and Society, 1800-2000
The newly independent nations of Latin America began the 19th century with economies roughly equal to, or even ahead of, the U.S. and Canada. What explains the econonomic gap that developed since 1900? Why are some Latin American nations rich and others poor? Marxist, dependency,...
Professors: Zephyr Frank
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IPS 386: Economic and Social History of the Modern Middle East
The integration of the Middle East into the world capitalist market on a subordinate basis and the impact on economic development, class formation, and politics. Alternative theoretical perspectives on the rise and expansion of the international capitalist market are combined wit...
Professors: Joel S Beinin
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IPS 388: Palestine and the Arab-Israeli Conflict
1882 to the present. Comparison of representative expressions of competing historical interpretations. U.S. policy towards the conflict since 1948. (Beinin)
Professors: Joel S Beinin; Najwa Al-Qattan
Terms: Winter 12-13 | Units: 4-5
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