Globalization, Development & Cities | Department of Geography and the Environment

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Globalization, Development & Cities

Faculty and students in the Globalization, Development and Cities (GDC) core specialize in research on globalization, international conflict, development, and Global North-South interactions. In addition, our faculty has expertise in institutional and policy analysis of global governing institutions such as the World Bank, International Monetary Fund and World Trade Organization.

Interdisciplinary teaching and research in this core area addresses such issues as

Undergraduate students interested in the GDC core area should meet with a departmental advisor to create a customized degree plan. Graduate students should contact the graduate advisor and Dr. Ahmed or Dr. Chatterjee.

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