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PO391 - The Political Economy of Money

  • Module code: PO391
  • Module name: The Political Economy of Money
  • Department: Politics and International Studies
  • Credit: 30

Content and teaching | Assessment | Availability

Module content and teaching

Principal aims

Module aims: -To introduce students to the political economy of global finance through an exploration of the politics of money. - To introduce students to a knowledge of accounting which can be used to understand the modern financial system -To provide students with knowledge of a wide selection of the various theoretical approaches to money and their political implications -To apply theoretical approaches studied to a number of important contemporary and historical case studies in international political economy -To allow students to develop advanced knowledge in a core area of the sub-discipline of international political economy. -To develop students' understanding of interrelationship between economic and political questions in the study of politics as a whole.

Principal learning outcomes

Learning outcomes By the end of the module, students should be able to: -Demonstrate advanced knowledge of the theoretical and conceptual debates surrounding the role of money in political economy -Assess the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches to the role of money in political economy -Demonstrate an ability to apply the theoretical positions on money to a variety of issue areas in political economy -Construct and substantiate a comprehensive and sophisticated argument on a variety of topics covered in the module

Timetabled teaching activities

This module will be taught by means of one lecture and one seminar per week.

Departmental link

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/pais/study/studyundergrad/ugmodules/po391

Module assessment

Assessment group Assessment name Percentage
30 CATS (Module code: PO391-30)
A (Assessed work only) Assessed Course Work 50%
Assessed Course Work 50%
Examination - Main Summer Exam Period (weeks 4-9) 100%
Assessed Course Work 50%
Examination - Main Summer Exam Period (weeks 4-9) 50%
Assessed Course Work 100%

Module availability

This module is available on the following courses:

Core

N/A

Optional Core

N/A

Optional
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  • Undergraduate Politics (with Intercalated Year) (M101) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Politics with International Studies (M160) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Politics with International Studies (with Intercalated Year) (M161) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Politics, International Studies and Quantitative Methods (M162) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Politics and International Studies (M16A) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Politics and International Studies (with Intercalated Year) (M16B) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Politics with French (M1RC) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Politics and Sociology (ML13) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Politics and Sociology (with Intercalated year) (ML14) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate French with International Studies (R1MA) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate French with International Studies (R1MA) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Italian with International Studies (R3M1) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Philosophy, Politics and Economics (V7ML) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Philosophy, Politics and Economics (with Intercalated year) (V7MM) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Philosophy, Politics and Economics (V7MP) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Philosophy, Politics and Economics (with Intercalated year) (V7MQ) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Philosophy, Politics and Economics (V7MR) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate Philosophy, Politics and Economics (V7MR) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate Philosophy, Politics and Economics (with Intercalated year) (V7MS) - Year 4
  • Undergraduate History and Politics (VM11) - Year 3
  • Undergraduate History and Politics (with Year Abroad) (VM12) - Year 4