Das Seminar "Deglobalization" findet im Wintersemester statt.

DozentTaiki Murai
Datum: 12.10.21 (introduction), 10.01., 12.01. & 17.01.2022
Raum: Seminarraum S201 S 2.101
Bewertung: Seminararbeit (Richtlinien)
Einreichung der Themen: Bitte schreiben Sie eine E-Mail mit Ihren fünf bevorzugten Themen an Taiki Murai.
Deadline Seminararbeit: 28. Februar per Email an Taiki Murai.

Seminar Content and Learning Objectives

The seminar is part of the modul International Economics. The seminar covers important topics of past and present globalization and deglobalization.

Requirements and Evaluation

Students are required to attend one entire seminar, present their papers and actively participate in the discussions.

Download the Presentation on October 12, 2022

Seminar Topics

  Topics

1.

Economic Nationalism and the Continental System of Napoleon

2.

The Integration of Japan into the World Economy: from Sakoku (seclusion) to the Meiji Restoration

3.

The Economic Impact of Colonization on the United Kingdom

4.

Past Episodes of Globalization

5.

The Political Economy of the US-led Post-1945 International Liberal Order 

6.

Socialist Economies and Globalization

7.

Export-led Growth in East Asia: Japan, China and Beyond 

8.

The Role of Monetary and Fiscal Policy for Financial Globalization Since the 1990s 

9.

The US-China Trade Conflicts Unter Trump and Biden  

10.

Low Growth and High Debt: Is Globalization at Stake?  
11.

Supply Chain Acts and Inflation

12.

Coronavirus Measures and Deglobalization

13.

Winners and Losers of Deglobalization 

14.

Globalization: Good or Evil for a Green Economy

15.

Causes and Consequences of the Brexit

Seminar Dates

There will be a brief introduction to the seminars (Currency Competition and Deglobalization) on Tuesday, October 12 (11:15-12:45, Seminarraum 12, I274). Students will receive general information about term paper, presentation and the writing of academic papers. 

 

Date

Time

1.

10.01.22

9:00 – 18:00

2.

12.01.22

9:00 – 18:00

3.

17.01.22

9:00 – 18:00

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