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College of Humanities and Social Sciences

GOVT 433: Political Economy of East Asia

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Course Information from the University Catalog

Credits: 3

Discusses different theoretical perspectives of East Asian political economy; transformation of East Asia; and issues such as money, finance, trade, investment, environment, and energy. Focuses on issues of contemporary significance, but attention also given to history.


GOVT 133 and 60 credits, or permission of instructor.


Fulfills the college requirement in non-Western culture.

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