ECON 4428: London's Economy, International Trade, and BREXIT

3 CreditsGlobal Perspectives

London is a “global city”- and has evolved from being a city of merchandise trade to being one of the premier financial services centers and cultural melting-pot in the world. The course explores the role of financial services, merchandise trade, trade policy, immigrant populations and cultures, and current race relations in the evolution of modern London. Globalization, the interactions and interdependencies between the city of London and the rest of the world, are researched and explored through class work and daily site visits to major economic and cultural locales.

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