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PO9A3 - Global Economic Governance

  • Module code: PO9A3
  • Module name: Global Economic Governance
  • Department: Politics and International Studies
  • Credit: 40

Content and teaching | Assessment | Availability

Module content and teaching

Principal aims

To introduce students to the rationale for and the purpose of global economic governance; To equip students with an understanding of the contemporary international forums, institutions, and actors that constitute global governance processes; To develop student abilities to present a well-made, coherent and logically consistent argument supported by a coherent theoretical framework; To enhance student research skills through the collection and analysis of information from a wide range of sources.

Principal learning outcomes

By the end of the module, students should be able to: Demonstrate an advanced critical understanding of the rationale for and the purpose of global economic governance; Demonstrate an advanced ability to identify and explain the roles of the principal actors who seek to govern the world economy; Demonstrate enhanced oral and written communication key skills to understand, summarize, and discuss how the governance of the world economy is undertaken in specific issue areas; Demonstrate an advanced ability to critically analyze and evaluate future developments in global economic governance.

Timetabled teaching activities

1 x 2 hour seminar per week.

Departmental link

http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/pais/studymasters/pgmodules/po9a3

Module assessment

Assessment group Assessment name Percentage
40 CATS (Module code: PO9A3-40)
A (Assessed work only) Assessed Course Work 50%
Assessed Course Work 50%

Module availability

This module is available on the following courses:

Core

N/A

Optional Core
  • Double MA in Politics and International Service (with American University, Washington DC) (M9PW) - Year 2
Optional
  • Postgraduate Taught International Political Economy (M1P3) - Year 2
  • Postgraduate Taught International Politics and East Asia (M1P8) - Year 2
  • MA in International Politics and Europe (M1PA) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies with (with NTU Singapore) (M91F) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universität Konstanz, Germany) (M92B) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universität Konstanz, Germany) (M92C) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universität Konstanz, Germany) (M92D) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universität Konstanz, Germany) (M92E) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universität Konstanz, Germany) (M92G) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universität Konstanz, Germany) (M92H) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universität Konstanz, Germany) (M92K) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Politics and International Studies (with Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) (M93H) - Year 2
  • Postgraduate Taught International Relations (M9P9) - Year 2
  • MA in Globalisation and Development (M9PB) - Year 2
  • Postgraduate Taught International Security (M9PC) - Year 2
  • Postgraduate Taught Public Policy (M9PF) - Year 2
  • Postgraduate Taught United States Foreign Policy (M9PQ) - Year 2
  • MA in International Development (M9PT) - Year 2
  • MA in Research in Politics and International Studies (M9PU) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Journalism, Politics and International Studies (with Monash University) (M9PV) - Year 2
  • Double MA in Global Governance (with University of Waterloo, Canada) (M9PX) - Year 2
  • Postgraduate Politics and International Studies: Big Data and Quantitative Methods (M9PY) - Year 2