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GEOG 3620

Globalization and the Making of the Modern World
Credit Hours:
3

This course explores why the global economy operates the way it does.  It provides a broad overview of the discourse and politics of “globalization,” and then examines two critical processes that shaped the contemporary global economy’s emergence: 19th century imperialism and the 20th and 21st century actions of transnational corporations.

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Semester Offered:
Fall
Level:

Instructors of this Course

Distinguished Research Professor

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