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Labour and Globalization

3 unit(s) An examination of key themes in the political economy of contemporary globalization with particular emphasis on implications for worklife, working class politics and democracy. An introduction to major international economic institutions and processes associated with globalization and emerging forms of labour internationalism that contest globalization. Lectures and discussion; one term

LABRST 2G03

Labour and Globalization

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): II Term(s): Winter Offered?: Yes

3 unit(s) An examination of key themes in the political economy of contemporary globalization with particular emphasis on implications for worklife, working class politics and democracy. An introduction to major international economic institutions and processes associated with globalization and emerging forms of labour internationalism that contest globalization. Lectures and discussion; one term


Prerequisite(s): LABRST 1C03 Priority is given to students registered in a Labour Studies program.