25. Configuring the World: A Critical Political Economy Approach

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Coursera - Leiden - Configuring the World - A Critical Political Economy Approach - 2014 - November

Introduction to Data used in Political Economy

  • Configuring the World
  • Political Economy and Data
  • Population
  • Output (GDP current values)
  • Output (GDP PPP)
  • Poverty

Globalization

  • Globalization, the Debate
  • Trade
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Financial Markets
  • The Globalised World Economy

Trust

  • Trust and Social Capital
  • Measuring Trust
  • Trust Results and Criticism
  • Causes and Consequences
  • Correlation and Regression

Society and Fragmentation

  • Ethnic Fragmentation
  • Linguistic Fragmentation
  • Religious Fragmentation
  • Income and Wealth Inequality
  • Inequality, Fragmentation and Trust

Governance

  • Good Governance
  • Measuring Governance
  • Democracy and Growth
  • Rule of Law and Growth
  • Corruption and Growth

Economic Development

  • State Failure
  • Who Gives Foreign Aid, to Whom, and Why
  • The Real Aid Givers
  • Aid Effectiveness

Global International Organization

  • Origins
  • Trade
  • Finance
  • Reflection

Sub-State Actors

  • Cities
  • Big Business
  • Transnational Advocacy Groups
  • Supranational Organizations

 

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