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This course introduces various aspects of international economic relations from the Second World War up to the end of the 20th century. How have global economic conditions changed since the Second World War? What countries formed the two major blocs of the immediate post-war period? What ideology did each bloc propose? What do we mean by globalization? What are the rules of international trade? What is the role of industrialized countries in development aid? In this course, you will explore the various questions about the ever-changing economic relations throughout the world.


Prerequisites: None

Hours: 45h

Ponderation: 3-0-3

Credits: 2

Assignments: 4

022S : To apply concepts related to Social Science disciplines to the understanding of the human phenomena in concrete situations


55 - Online course that may contain print-based support material, Internet-based assignments (in English)

Particularities and material requirements

Computer requirements: None

Particularities: None


Program rate
Tuition: $90.00
Materials: $55.00
Total: $145.00

Non-program rate
Tuition: $270.00
Materials: $55.00
Total: $325.00