The course of Ecomic Geopolitics part of the program in Philosophical Sciences (MA level) and is included among the characterising training activities. The course aims to introduce students, in a historical perspective, to the most important contemporary phenomena of economic and social integration between the different areas of the world. Particular attention will be given to the development cooperation and regional trade arrangements in Latin America, Mediterranean and Far East. Students are expected to analyse, understand, interpret and critically evaluate the themes analysed giving them the essential tools to overall comprehend the research work associated to each theme. Students are expected to acquire the following skills:
- Advanced capability to overall interpret political and economic macro-phenomenon of the main geographical areas analysed.
- Advanced capability of comparative analysis regarding the themes analysed
- Research methodology capabilities.
- Written essay and oral exposure (in Italian and in a foreign language chosen).
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Mutuazione: 20710123 GEOPOLITICA ECONOMICA in Scienze filosofiche LM-78 CONTE GIAMPAOLO


This course aims to contribute to a better understanding of liberal internationalism and its impact on processes of economic geopolitics.

Core Documentation

Non-attending students:

Thomas W. Zeiler, Porte aperte. L'economia mondiale dal 1945 a oggi, Einaudi, Torino 2021
Dani Rodrik, Dirla tutta sul mercato globale. Idee per un'economia mondiale assennata, Einaudi, Torino 2019.

Type of delivery of the course

traditional lectures and seminars

Type of evaluation

Written and oral text. Short paper will be required.