Certificate of Achievement

Mary Templeman Hogg - O'Rourke

has completed the following course:

International Affairs: Globalisation

The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

This online course explored globalisation – a topic that dominates political and economic discourse worldwide. It introduced economic globalisation, and its impact on society past and present. The course discussed globalisation’s historical impact on humanity and the world’s economic geography; the broad-brush economics that explain how and why globalisation affects our lives; and how changes in globalisation require new approaches to economic and social policy.

4 weeks, 3 hours per week

Richard Baldwin

Professor of International Economics

The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

89%
overall score

Transcript

Learning outcomes

  • Identify how changes in globalisation require new approaches to economic and social policy.
  • Identify how and why globalisation affects economies, workers, and the international distribution of economic dominance.
  • Demonstrate a firm understanding of globalisation’s historical impact on humanity and the world’s economic geography.

Syllabus

  • Globalisation’s historical impact on humanity and the world’s economic geography;
  • The elementary economics that explain how and why globalisation affects economies, workers, and the global economic geography;
  • Discussion on how changes in globalisation require new approaches to economic and social policy.

Issued on 10th June 2019

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Free online course:

International Affairs: Globalisation

The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies