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INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS AND GLOBALIZATION

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INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS AND GLOBALIZATION

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Anno accademico 2024/2025

Codice attività didattica
CPS0365
Docente
Marco Sanfilippo (Titolare dell'insegnamento)
Corso di studio
Master's Degree Course in Area and global studies for international cooperation
Anno
1st year
Periodo
Primo semestre
Tipologia
Caratterizzante
Crediti/Valenza
6
SSD attività didattica
SECS-P/02 - politica economica
Erogazione
Tradizionale
Lingua
Inglese
Frequenza
Facoltativa
Tipologia esame
Scritto
Prerequisiti
Students of "Area and Global Studies for International Cooperation" without previous experience of studying Economics are invited to attend a "Preparatory course of Economics" offered by the Master's Degree (see: https://www.agic.unito.it/do/avvisi.pl/Show?_id=fyh1). The course provides a basic introduction to the economics discipline, its main principles, and the way of reasoning adopted by economists. It is generally divided into two main sections, devoted respectively to Micro- and Macro- Economics, and includes some basic knowledge of International Economics.
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Obiettivi formativi

This course will provide the basic instruments for analysing international economics and globalization, accounting for the main theories, empirical evidence and experiences that have been pursued by specific groups (industrialised, emerging and developing) of countries.

During the course, we will discuss the following topics: history of globalization, including the most recent debates on de-globalization, global governance, main models of international integration, trade and investment policies, and international mobility of workers.

While we will review the main theoretical aspects explaining the making of globalization and its governance, the course will mostly be “evidence-based” and will provide discussion on the main policies and case studies.

The course will raise students' awareneess of the the advantages and the perils of globalization, and the main instruments used by the governments and the private sector to deal with them. Such skills will be relevant within jobs in national and international institutions, NGOs and the private sector. 

 

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Risultati dell'apprendimento attesi

Students are expected to gain a good understanding of the main topics discussed and to be able to properly use the notions and analytical tools with respect to international economic governance and globalization and the most effective policies to face them.  They are also expected to develop basic competencies in using socio-economic technical language, usage of statistical data, and analytical and critical skills.

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Programma

The programme of the course is currently under definition and will be soon uploaded in this page.

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Modalità di insegnamento

The course will be based on in class discussions and interactive sessions, through individual and/or group-work. 

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Modalità di verifica dell'apprendimento

Full details on the evaluation criteria will be provided during the first class. Unless the number of students is too high, the evaluation should include the following criteria: (1) Mid-term; (2) Group presentation; (3) Active participation during classes. 

Testi consigliati e bibliografia



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Libro
Titolo:  
Straight Talk on Trade: Ideas for a Sane World Economy
Anno pubblicazione:  
2017
Editore:  
Princeton University Press
Autore:  
Dani Rodrik
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No


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Titolo:  
Good Economics for Hard Times
Anno pubblicazione:  
2019
Editore:  
Penguin Books
Autore:  
Abhijit Benerjee and Esther Duflo
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Capitoli:  
Chapter 3 "Pains from Trade"
Obbligatorio:  
No


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Titolo:  
The Great Convergence -- Information Technology and the New Globalization
Anno pubblicazione:  
2016
Editore:  
Harvard University Press
Autore:  
Richard Baldwin
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Obbligatorio:  
No
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Journal of Economic Perspective Symposium on Supply Chains, Vol. 37, N.3, Summer 2023

IMF Economic Outlook (April 2023), Chapter 4 "Geoeconomic Fragmentation and Foreign Direct Investment"

 



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Note

Students affected by Specific Learning Disorders (SLD) or disability are invited to read carefully the supporting tools (https://en.unito.it/services/students-special-needs-0) and facilities made available by the University of Turin (SLD: https://en.unito.it/services/students-special-needs/students-specific-learning-disability-sld/services-students-sld; disability: https://en.unito.it/services/students-special-needs/disabled-students/services-disabled-students), and, in particular, the procedures to follow in order to receive support for the exams (SLD: https://en.unito.it/services/students-special-needs/students-specific-learning-disability-sld/support-taking-exams; disability: https://en.unito.it/services/students-special-needs/disabled-students/support-taking-exams-disabled-students). 

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