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Global Governance

This course examines the institutions and processes of global governance. It considers different theoretical approaches to understanding rule creation and maintenance on a global scale. Approaches and issues that will be examined include: neoliberal and neorealist regime theory; critical theory approaches; international law, the role of corporations and private authority and the activity of global civil society.

GLOBAL ST 777 / POLI SCI 777

Global Governance

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): Graduate Term(s): Winter Offered?: Yes Language?: No

This course examines the institutions and processes of global governance. It considers different theoretical approaches to understanding rule creation and maintenance on a global scale. Approaches and issues that will be examined include: neoliberal and neorealist regime theory; critical theory approaches; international law, the role of corporations and private authority and the activity of global civil society.


Dr. J. Irvine