20 Credits SPRING



Aims/Description: Corporations are ubiquitous, affecting everything from mundane individual consumption choices, to the investment decisions of both weak and powerful states. Importantly, their authority extends beyond the economic sphere and into political, as they shape and execute policies and activities for some of the world's most pressing problems. This module explores the multifaceted political roles of corporations, and challenges students to critically reflect on their implications. Drawing upon international relations, political economy, and global governance literatures, it analyses the corporation theoretically, but also empirically drawing upon diverse case studies ranging from environmental sustainability and development, to war-making and peacekeeping.

Restrictions on availability: Restricted to students studying Single or Dual Degrees in Politics.

Staff Contact: GAMU JONATHAN K
Teaching Methods: Seminars, Problem solving, Independent Study, Digital Content/Guided Learning
Assessment: Course work

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