GRADUATE STUDIES  |  Subjects

Graduate subjects offered: Fall 2011

Subject number/name Professor Time/place
17.100J
Political Economy I
Berger & Piore T 3:00-5:00
in E51-361
17.176J
Economic Development & Policy Analysis I
Amsden M 2:00-5:00
in 5-231
17.200
Graduate Seminar in American Politics I
Campbell & Gillespie T 9:00-11:00
in E53-485
17.405/406
Politics & Conflicts in the Middle East
Choucri M 1:00-3:00
in E51-385
17.418
Field Seminar in IR Theory
Fravel & Narang W 10 :00-12:00
in E53-438
17.424
IPE of Advanced Industrial Societies
Singer M 11:00-1:00
in E53-485
17.434/17.433
International Relations of East Asia
Fravel T, R 3:00- 4:30
in 2-136
17.447/448
Cyberpolitics in International Relations
Choucri T 1:00-3:00
in E51-385
17.475/476J
Nuclear Forces & Missile Defenses
Postol M 11:00-2:00
in E51-061
17.478
Great Power Military Intervention
Posen & Petersen R 10:30-12:30
in E53-485
17.556
PE of Industrialization
Steinfeld T 1:00-3:00
in E53-485
17.588
Field Seminar in Comparative Politics
Schneider T 11:00-1:00
in E53-485
17.800
Quantitative Research Methods I: Intro
Hainmueller & Yamamoto M, W 3 :30-5:00
in 66-160
Rec - F 10:00-11:00
in E53-438
17.804
Quantitative Research Methods III: Advanced Topics
Yamamoto T, R 9:00-10:30
in E53-438
17.850
Graduate Scope & Methods
Tsai & Berinsky R 3:00-5:00
in E53-485
17.S950
Varieties of Capitalism & Social Inequality
Thelen & Hall W 10:00-12:00
in E53-485
17.S953
US Military Budget & Force Planning
Williams R 1:00-3:00
in E51-390

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