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  1. Session 1: Introduction to Module 6 items
    1. Essential readings 3 items
      1. Governance, globalization and public policy - Patricia Kennett, MyiLibrary 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential [eBook, print below] Chapter 3: Goverance, business and social policy: international and national dimensions, Kevin Farnsworth, pp.35-55

      2. Governance, globalization and public policy - Patricia Kennett, MyiLibrary 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential [Print] Chapter 3: Goverance, business and social policy: international and national dimensions, Kevin Farnsworth, pp.35-55.

      3. Globalization in question: the international economy and the possibilities of governance - Paul Q. Hirst, Grahame Thompson 1999

        Book Essential Chapter 2: Globalization and the History of the international economy, pp.19-61.

    2. Supplementary readings 3 items
      1. Has globalization gone too far? - Dani Rodrik 1997

        Book Recommended Introduction

  2. Session 2: Globalisation and Global Governance: A Political Economy Analysis 5 items
    1. Essential readings 2 items
    2. Supplementary readings 3 items
      1. The global governance reader - Rorden Wilkinson 2004

        Book Recommended

  3. Session 3: The Global Financial System 6 items
    1. Essential readings 2 items
      1. An introduction to global financial markets - Stephen Valdez 2007

        Book Essential Chapter 1: ‘The debt merry-go-round’, pp.3-11. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

      2. International finance and the developing economies - Graham Bird 2004

        Book Essential Chapter 1: ‘Conducting macroeconomic policy in developing countries: piece of cake or mission impossible?’, Graham Bird, pp.1-13. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Supplementary readings 4 items
      1. The general theory of employment, interest and money - John Maynard Keynes 1883-1946. 1936

        Book Recommended Chapter 12, ‘The State of Long-term Expectation’

      2. Development finance: debates, dogmas and new directions - Stephen Spratt 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended [Ebook, print copy below] Chapters 6-7, ‘The external financial system’, pp. 191-223 & Chapter 8, ‘The international financial architecture: evolution, key features and proposed reforms

      3. Development finance: debates, dogmas and new directions - Stephen Spratt 2009

        Book Recommended Chapters 6-7, ‘The external financial system’, pp. 191-223 & Chapter 8, ‘The international financial architecture: evolution, key features and proposed reforms

  4. Session 4: Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development 5 items
    1. Essential readings 2 items
      1. The Oxford handbook of corporate social responsibility - Andrew Crane 2009

        Book Essential Please read: Carroll, Archie B. (2008) “A History of Corporate Social Responsibility: Concepts and Practices”, pp. 19-46.DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Supplementary readings 3 items
  5. Session 5: The Global Financial Crisis, its Policy Response and Ongoing Impact 8 items
    1. Essential readings 4 items
      1. Freefall: America, free markets, and the sinking of the world economy - Joseph E. Stiglitz 2010

        Book Essential Chapter 1: ‘The making of a crisis’. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

      2. Africa: Africa's Counter-Cyclical Policy Responses to the Crisis - Louis Kasekende, Zuzana Brixova, Leonce Ndikumana 2010-01-1

        Article Essential

    2. Supplementary readings 4 items
      1. The financial crisis: who is to blame? - H. Davies c2010

        Book Recommended [eBook, print copy below]

      2. The financial crisis: who is to blame? - H. Davies c2010

        Book Recommended [Print]

  6. Session 6: Globalisation and Labour Migration 6 items
    1. Essential readings 3 items
      1. Eight Questions about Brain Drain - John Gibson, David McKenzie 08/2011

        Article Essential

    2. Supplementary Readings 3 items
      1. International migration, remittances, and brain drain - Çaglar Özden, Maurice W. Schiff 2006

        Book Recommended

      2. Convergence in the age of mass migration - A. M. Taylor, J. G. Williamson 01/04/1997

        Article Recommended

  7. Session 7: Globalisation and inequalities: key debates 7 items
    1. Essential readings 3 items
      1. In defense of globalization - Jagdish N. Bhagwati 2004 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential [eBook, print below] Please read the ‘Introduction’

      2. In defense of globalization - Jagdish N. Bhagwati 2004

        Book Essential [Print] Please read the ‘Introduction’

    2. Supplementary readings 4 items
      1. Inequality, growth and poverty in an era of liberalization and globalization - Giovanni Andrea Cornia, Oxford University Press 2004 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended [eBook, print below]

      2. Has globalization gone too far? - Dani Rodrik 1997

        Book Recommended

  8. Session 8: Economic Globalisation: the World Trade Organisation and Trade Related Issues 10 items
    1. Essential Readings 7 items
      1. The evolution of the trade regime: politics, law, and economics of the GATT and the WTO - John H. Barton 2006

        Book Essential [Ebook] Chapter 1: ‘Political analysis of the trade regime’, pp. 1-26 and Chapter 3: ‘The politics of the GATT/WTO legal system: legislative and judicial processes’, pp. 61-90.

      2. The evolution of the trade regime: politics, law, and economics of the GATT and the WTO - Richard H. Steinberg, John H. Barton, Judith L. Goldstein, Timophy E. Josling ©2006

        Book Essential Chapter 1: ‘Political analysis of the trade regime’ and Chapter 3: ‘The politics of the GATT/WTO legal system: legislative and judicial processes’

      3. The political economy of the world trading system: the WTO and beyond - Bernard M. Hoekman, M. M. Kostecki 2009

        Book Essential [Ebook, print below] Chapter 1: ‘The trading system in perspective’.

      4. The political economy of the world trading system: the WTO and beyond - Bernard M. Hoekman, M. M. Kostecki 2009

        Book Essential [Print] Chapter 1: ‘The trading system in perspective’

      5. Blame it on the WTO?: a human rights critique - Sarah Joseph 2011

        Book Essential [eBook, print below] Read the Introduction and the excerpt from Chapter 1: ‘The international human rights regime’

      6. Blame it on the WTO?: a human rights critique - Sarah Joseph 2011

        Book Essential [Print] Read the Introduction and the excerpt from Chapter 1: ‘The international human rights regime’

    2. Supplementary Readings 3 items
  9. Session 9: Globalisation and Human Security 7 items
    1. Essential Readings 3 items
      1. Human Security Now - Commission on Human Security 2003

        Document Essential

      2. Human security: reflections on globalization and intervention - Mary Kaldor 2007

        Book Essential Please read Chapter 1: ‘A decade of humanitarian intervention: 1991-2000’. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Supplementary Readings 4 items
      1. The evolution of international security studies - Barry Buzan, Lene Hansen 2009

        Book Recommended [eBook, print below]

      2. The evolution of international security studies - Barry Buzan, Lene Hansen 2009

        Book Recommended [Print]

      3. Critical security studies: an introduction - Columba Peoples, Nick Vaughan-Williams 2010

        Book Recommended

  10. Session 10: China in Africa: Emerging Trends in Development and Globalisation 6 items
    1. Essential Readings 3 items
      1. From recipients to donors: emerging powers and the changing development landscape - Emma Mawdsley 2012 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential [eBook, print below] Please read chapter: Discourse, imagery and performance: constructing non-DAC development assistance.

      2. From recipients to donors: emerging powers and the changing development landscape - Emma Mawdsley 2012

        Book Essential [Print] Please read chapter: Discourse, imagery and performance: constructing non-DAC development assistance.

    2. Supplementary Readings 3 items
      1. China in Africa - Chris Alden 2007

        Book Recommended

  11. Session 11: Global Food Security and Global Governance 6 items
    1. Essential Readings 3 items
      1. Corporate power in global agrifood governance - Jennifer Clapp, Doris A. Fuchs c2009 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential [eBook, print below] Please read: Clapp, J. and Fuchs, D., ‘Agrifood corporations, global governance and sustainability: a framework for analysis’

      2. Corporate power in global agrifood governance - Doris A. Fuchs, Jennifer Clapp 2009

        Book Essential [Print] Please read: Clapp, J. and Fuchs, D., ‘Agrifood corporations, global governance and sustainability: a framework for analysis’

      3. The future of Food and Farming - final project report - Foresight 2011

        Document Essential Please read Section 1: Introduction pp.39-48 / Section 2: Key drivers of change affecting the food system pp.49-62 / Section 3: Future demand, production and prices pp.63-76

    2. Supplementary Readings 3 items
      1. The transformation of agri-food systems: globalization, supply chains and smallholder farmers - Ellen B. McCullough, Prabhu L. Pingali, Kostas G. Stamoulis, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations 2008 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended [eBook] Please read section: Small Farms and the Transformation of Food Systems: An Overview.

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