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Thank you for your interest in this course. Due to the current circumstances, all teachers in the IR modules agreed to admit at least 30% more participants to their seminars than usual. This course has already reached its maximum capacity and will not admit more students.
To achieve equal distribution and a beneficial learning experience for everyone, I would encourage you to consider courses in other modules. Of course, there will be interesting seminars offered in this module in the next semester.
Thank you for your understanding and stay safe!
This course focuses on how international institutions govern global inequality. Global inequality refers to differences in the distribution of, for example, income, education, health, opportunities and information. The objective of the course is to be able to critically examine the role international institutions play for global inequality from different theoretical perspectives and multiple data sources and discuss possible policy alternatives.
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