International Economic Regulation (2 hrs.) — opt. QP
This course focuses on international and foreign national economic laws and policies that foster, or impair, transnational economic commerce. It explores the WTO, various transnational competition laws, IMF, the World Bank, and conflicting policies of developing nations designed to stimulate trade and investment while promoting internal growth and domestic control. At the discretion of the instructor, this course may include a qualifying course paper that fulfills one half of the upper-level writing requirement. Refer to Academic Rule X — Writing Requirement and Directed Research. Mr. Garvey, Mr. Mulloy.