Warnecke Publishes Article in International Journal of Pluralism and Economics Education
November 02, 2009
Gender and Globalization takes a pluralist approach to the study of globalization. The course focuses on multiple perspectives of economics, encouraging students to develop critical thinking and reasoning skills to their fullest capacity and to learn about and appreciate alternative perspectives. The course recognizes thgat it is important to encourage pluralism in the economics discipline given that there is a tradition of non-pluralist or monist teaching in many economics programs around the world.
The Economics Department is offering the Gender and Globalization course in the Spring 2010 semester.