POLC98H3: International Political Economy of Finance

The course explains why financial markets exist, and their evolution, by looking at the agents, actors and institutions which generate demand for them. We also consider the consequences of increasingly integrated markets, the causes of systemic financial crises, as well as the implications and feasibility of regulation.
Area of Focus: International Relations

Prerequisite
1.0 credit from POLB80H3, POLB81H3, POLB90H3, or POLB91H3
Exclusion
POL411H1
Enrolment Limits
60
Breadth Requirements
Social and Behavioural Sciences