PACS 514: International Institution and Global Governance

The end of World War II marks the inception of a new global order along with the emergence of a notion of ‘global governance’. Students learn about the concept of global governance and the institutions initiated through Bretton Woods System – World Bank (WB) and International Monetary Fund (IMF). Students explore about how these institutions function and how global financial systems assist poor countries in alleviating poverty. Students look into challenges of the current global governance and study about the emergence of alternative financial system such as BRICS and Asian infrastructure bank etc.
The course covers international institutions and organizations: definition, concept and theory and method, history and approaches; classification of international organizations; international organization different school of thought: realists, reformists and radicals…

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