International Political Economy
This course is based on a unique combination of methodological approaches of economic science, political science and the theory of international relations, all united in the research area referred to as "International political economy". During the course, the discussion of theoretical approaches to the study of international political economy is accompanied by active discussions in the classroom, in which students apply the theoretical knowledge to the analysis of various issues of international politics and economics. The aim of the course is to expand students' knowledge about the relationship of world politics and economics. Topics include, but are not limited to: global governance, international financial institutions and other international organizations, post-conflict peace-building, foreign direct investment and international assistance, mercantilism, liberalism and globalism, globalization and its consequences.