This course is designed for graduate students interested in academic research. The first part of the course focuses on the analysis of empirical articles in various issue-areas. Students present research proposals in the second part of the course.
The Doctoral Workshop encompasses a research forum to meet Ph.D. candidates of the Department of International Relations with researchers and lecturers from Israel and overseas, overseas graduate students, as well as the venue for Ph.D. students to present and discuss their ongoing research work. Within the framework of the workshop we will meet every other week, usually before the IR Department Seminar.Read more about Doctoral Workshop (Graduate)
This course is designed for graduate students and explores topic of international political economy with a focus on the role of international institutions in shaping the relationship between wealth and power in the global arena. We examine the factors that create international institutions, shape their design, as well as the impact of such institutions on the global economy, and the relationship between institutions and the interests of different players in the international system.
This course engages in a political analysis of actors and institutions in the international political economy. During the course we will learn conceptual and theoretical frameworks for analyzing the complex relationship between economic interest groups and governments, on the one hand, and domestic and international institutions, on the other We will use these analytical tools to delve into the historical development and the current situation of a number of key issues in the global economy.Read more about Interests and Institutions in the Global Economy (Undergraduate)