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  • SAIS International Human Rights Clinic Project Presentation: Child Labor in Turkey | SAIS
    Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here Events at SAIS Events at SAIS SAIS International Human Rights Clinic Project Presentation Child Labor in Turkey SAIS graduate students will discuss their January 2014 fact finding field trip to Turkey as well as their conclusions regarding enhancing protection mechanisms and preventing child labor in Turkey For more information and to RSVP by Email

    Original URL path: http://www.sais-jhu.edu/events/2014-05-01-120000-2014-05-01-140000/sais-international-human-rights-clinic-project-presentati (2015-11-11)
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  • Nashiri in Gitmo: The Wages of Legitimacy in Trial by Military Commission | SAIS
    Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here Events at SAIS Events at SAIS Nashiri in Gitmo The Wages of Legitimacy in Trial by Military Commission Lawrence Douglas James J Grosfeld Professor of Law Jurisprudence Social Thought at Amherst College and Ina Levine senior invitational scholar at the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum will discuss this topic For more

    Original URL path: http://www.sais-jhu.edu/events/2014-04-23-163000-2014-04-23-180000/nashiri-gitmo-wages-legitimacy-trial-military-commission (2015-11-11)
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  • Crisis on the Mekong: The Legal, Political, and Environmental Implications of Dam Projects | SAIS
    Nanjing China You are here Events at SAIS Events at SAIS Crisis on the Mekong The Legal Political and Environmental Implications of Dam Projects Kirk Herbertson former Southeast Asia policy coordinator at International Rivers Stephen McCaffrey distinguished professor of law at the McGeorge School of Law at the University of the Pacific and Richard Cronin director of the Southeast Asia Program at the Stimson Center will discuss this topic Note

    Original URL path: http://www.sais-jhu.edu/events/2014-04-11-141500-2014-04-11-160000/crisis-mekong-legal-political-and-environmental-implicati (2015-11-11)
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  • Business and Human Rights: The Next Step for Corporate Social Responsibility? | SAIS
    Education Summer Programs Course Offerings Admissions Meet Us Tuition and Aid Apply Contact Us Research Faculty Directory Initiatives Institutes and Research Centers SAIS Libraries Mason Library Robert Evans Library Nanjing Center Library Career Services Planning and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here Events at SAIS Events at SAIS Business and Human Rights The Next Step for Corporate Social Responsibility Genevieve Taft Vasquez Global Manager for Workplace Rights at The Coca Cola Company Bennett Freeman Senior Vice President of Sustainability Research and Policy at Calvert Investments Arvind Ganesan director of the Business and Human Rights Division at Human Rights Watch Alan Krill foreign affairs officer in the Bureau of Democracy Human Rights and Labor for the U S Department of State and Amy Lehr associate in the Corporate Social Responsibility Practice at Foley Hoag LLP will discuss this topic Note This event is off the record For More Information and to RSVP Date and Time April 1 2014 4 00pm 6 30pm Local Time Campus Washington D C Location Rome Building Auditorium The Rome Building Intended Audience Open to the Public Contact Accessibility Employment Legal Student Right To

    Original URL path: http://www.sais-jhu.edu/events/2014-04-01-110000-2014-04-01-133000/business-and-human-rights-next-step-corporate-social-resp (2015-11-11)
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  • International Criminal Court Moot Court Dress Rehearsal | SAIS
    Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here Events at SAIS Events at SAIS International Criminal Court Moot Court Dress Rehearsal The SAIS ICC moot court team will be presenting in their dress rehearsal before competition Note This event is off the record For more information and to RSVP by Email Date and Time February 26 2014 10 30pm

    Original URL path: http://www.sais-jhu.edu/events/2014-02-26-163000-2014-02-26-193000/international-criminal-court-moot-court-dress-rehearsal (2015-11-11)
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  • Freedom in the World | SAIS
    and Aid Apply Contact Us Research Faculty Directory Initiatives Institutes and Research Centers SAIS Libraries Mason Library Robert Evans Library Nanjing Center Library Career Services Planning and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here Events at SAIS Events at SAIS Freedom in the World Ruth Wedgewood Edward B Burling professor of International Law and Diplomacy and director of the International Law and Organizations Program at the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies David Kramer president of Freedom House Arch Puddington vice president for research at Freedom House Hala Gorani moderator anchor and correspondent for CNN International Evan Osnos correspondent for The New Yorker and Michele Dunne senior associate for the Middle East Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace will discuss this topic Note Join the conversation with freedomhousedc using FIW SAIS will host a l ive webcast of the event available at http webcast jhu edu Mediasite Play 256039a0fd234f1cbfd2590cf86f00ba1d For More Information and to RSVP Date and Time January 23 2014 3 00pm 4 30pm Local Time Campus Washington D C Location Kenney Auditorium The Nitze Building Intended Audience Open to the public and

    Original URL path: http://www.sais-jhu.edu/events/2014-01-23-090000-2014-01-23-103000/freedom-world (2015-11-11)
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  • The Story of the Convicted NGO Workers in Egypt | SAIS
    Language Studies Executive Education Summer Programs Course Offerings Admissions Meet Us Tuition and Aid Apply Contact Us Research Faculty Directory Initiatives Institutes and Research Centers SAIS Libraries Mason Library Robert Evans Library Nanjing Center Library Career Services Planning and Resources Skills Development Employment Outcomes For Employers Giving Locations Washington D C Bologna Italy Nanjing China You are here Events at SAIS Events at SAIS The Story of the Convicted NGO Workers in Egypt Three of the U S NGO workers convicted in Egypt Nancy Okail from Freedom House Yehia Ghanem from the International Center for Journalists and Lila Jaafar from the National Democratic Institute will discuss their experience Ruth Wedgwood director of the SAIS International Law and Organizations Program and Stephen McInerney moderator executive director at the Project on Middle East Democracy also will participate in the event Note A light breakfast precedes the event at 8 30 a m Additional panelists may be added For More Information and to RSVP Date and Time June 26 2013 2 00pm 3 30pm Local Time Campus Washington D C Location Kenney Auditorium The Nitze Building Intended Audience Open to the General Public Contact Accessibility Employment Legal Student Right To Know Johns Hopkins

    Original URL path: http://www.sais-jhu.edu/events/2013-06-26-090000-2013-06-26-103000/story-convicted-ngo-workers-egypt (2015-11-11)
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  • International Political Economy
    economics and international security It includes the study of comparative political economy the cross polity examination of national economies regarding for example the institutional nature of banking systems IPE includes the study of large policy issues such as political inequality within and between countries and across time It includes the examination of financial booms and busts and of financial crises It looks at whether gross domestic product GDP or per capita wealth is the more useful index of national power Focusing on such matters as whether foreign aid or foreign investment is the better source of economic growth IPE also encompasses the study of governance within international trade and financial and political regimes IPE is the natural framework for the study of political risk and its application to investment decisions and to finance These are all areas that SAIS has traditionally incorporated into its curriculum and that align the program with SAIS s mission View All Upcoming Events Dec 1 Privileging One s Own Voting Patterns and Politicized Spending in India 7 4 30pm 6 00pm Francesca Jensenius will speak on this topic Recent Photos Video 9 15 2015 IPE Lecture Series Charles Doran Why International Political Economy is at the Heart of World Order in the 21st Century Recent Photos Close 9 15 2015 IPE Lecture Series Charles Doran Why International Political Economy is at the Heart of World Order in the 21st Century 9 15 2015 IPE Lecture Series Charles Doran Why International Political Economy is at the Heart of World Order in the 21st Century Recent Photos Close 9 15 2015 IPE Lecture Series Charles Doran Why International Political Economy is at the Heart of World Order in the 21st Century 9 15 2015 IPE Lecture Series Charles Doran Why International Political Economy is at the Heart of World Order in the 21st Century Recent Photos Close 9 15 2015 IPE Lecture Series Charles Doran Why International Political Economy is at the Heart of World Order in the 21st Century 9 22 2015 IPE Lecture Series David Steinberg Interest Group Pressures and Currency Crises Recent Photos Close 9 22 2015 IPE Lecture Series David Steinberg Interest Group Pressures and Currency Crises 9 22 2015 IPE Lecture Series David Steinberg Interest Group Pressures and Currency Crises Recent Photos Close 9 22 2015 IPE Lecture Series David Steinberg Interest Group Pressures and Currency Crises 9 22 2015 IPE Lecture Series David Steinberg Interest Group Pressures and Currency Crises Recent Photos Close 9 22 2015 IPE Lecture Series David Steinberg Interest Group Pressures and Currency Crises 11 3 2015 IPE Lecture series Andrew Cheon On Whose Terms Understanding the Global Expansion of National Oil Companies Recent Photos Close 11 3 2015 IPE Lecture series Andrew Cheon On Whose Terms Understanding the Global Expansion of National Oil Companies 11 3 2015 IPE Lecture series Andrew Cheon On Whose Terms Understanding the Global Expansion of National Oil Companies Recent Photos Close 11 3 2015 IPE Lecture series Andrew Cheon On Whose Terms Understanding the Global Expansion of National Oil Companies Show More Curriculum International Political Economy M A Requirements International Political Economy Learning Goals and Objectives 8 Entering Class 2015 2016 Students must take the equivalent of 16 non language courses 64 credits in order to graduate Those students who are approved for dual degree or advanced standing may only need to take 12 courses 48 credits or 14 courses 56 credits as approved by Academic Affairs INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY IPE Students concentrating in International Political Economy IPE must take a minimum of 4 courses within this program Out of the four courses two must be from the following SA 610 717 Politics of International Economy SA 610 752 Major Ideas in Political Economy SA 610 770 Comparative Political Economy SA 610 700 International Political Economy of Emerging Markets SA 610 736 Advanced Topics in International Political Economy SA 610 732 International Political Economy The remaining two can be from any of the IPE SA 610 XXX courses or IPE cross listed courses INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS IR Students must also fulfill the general requirements for International Relations IR which include 2 additional courses within IR from two different IR or selected Policy areas other than IPE These areas include IR Areas Conflict Management Global Theory and History International Law and Organizations Policy Areas Energy Resources and Environment Strategic Studies IR students studying at SAIS Europe must take at least three IR courses in Washington with the exception of dual degree or advanced standing students who must take at least two IR courses in Washington INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS Students must complete 4 courses within this program Microeconomics Macroeconomics prerequisite or concurrent Microeconomics International Trade Theory prerequisite Microeconomics International Monetary Theory prerequisite Macroeconomics Eligible students who pass the waiver exams in these subjects or who pass Micro and or Macro in Pre Term must replace those courses with alternate economics courses Many students choose to pursue an International Economics Specialization 9 in one of four areas of economics and therefore use electives to meet these requirements Students may also choose to specialize in Emerging Markets 10 Students must receive a 2 67 average in the 4 required economics courses or they must retake a course s until a 2 67 average is obtained If any of the 4 courses are achieved by passing a waiver exam or during Pre Term the student must substitute an economics elective course s in place of the waived course s in order to fulfill the economics requirement above In this case SAIS will use the highest economics program elective course grade s to compute this average if a student is replacing one or more of the 4 required courses of Microeconomics Macroeconomics International Trade Theory or International Monetary Theory QUANTITATIVE REASONING Student must complete one course from the list below Statistical Methods for Business Economics Econometrics prerequisite Statistical Methods for Business Economics Applied Econometrics prerequisite Econometrics Macro Econometrics prerequisite Econometrics Risk Analysis and Modeling Corporate Finance prerequisite or concurrent Microeconomics Quantitative Methods in International Relations prerequisite Statistical Methods for Business Economics Students may not double count a Quantitative Reasoning requirement as one of the four required International Economics courses and vice versa Eligible students who pass the statistics waiver exam or pass the statistics course in Pre Term are still required to take an alternate Quantitative Reasoning course from the list above CORE COURSES EXAMS All SAIS students must pass 2 core exams and or courses in addition to their concentration requirements IPE concentrators must pass Theories of International Relations as one of their core requirements prior to the start of their third semester If the second core is not completed by the start of the final semester a student must enroll in second core course Core courses do not count toward concentration requirements American Foreign Policy Since World War II Comparative National Systems Evolution of the International Systems Theories of International Relations LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY MA candidates must pass exams to demonstrate proficiency in a second language This language must be offered at SAIS Students whose native language is not English may use English as their proficiency language All non native English speakers are required to pass an English placement exam upon entering SAIS even if not using English for proficiency CAPSTONE International Political Economy concentrators must complete ONE of the following capstones A twenty page research paper approved by the director whose focus and subject matter is on international political economy A twenty page written report that draws conclusions about international political economy based on an internship undertaken while at SAIS MA Oral Exam to compete for honors if eligible PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS BY ACADEMIC YEAR Minor International Political Economy Minor Requirements as of AY 15 16 3 IPE courses in total 1 of the 3 must be from the following Politics of International Economy SA 610 717 Major Ideas in Political Economy SA 610 752 Comparative Political Economy SA 610 770 International Political Economy of Emerging Markets SA 610 700 Advanced Topics in International Political Economy SA 610 736 International Political Economy SA 610 732 2 additional IPE or cross listed courses Passing Theories of International Relations as one of the two core requirements is highly recommended General Minor Requirements Minors are optional like specializations A student can minor in only one area A student cannot pursue a minor in International Economics or IR General but can pursue a Specialization in International Economics 11 Minors consist of three courses Some minors will have a required course s Some minors will have an anchor course or cross listed course that counts toward both the concentration and the minor which reduces the three additional required courses to two as the third will overlap both programs in the IR or Asia concentrations the course must be from the primary concentration area Conflict Management Global Theory and History China Japan etc and not from the two additional required courses across the other IR or Asia areas Regional minors may require language study or proficiency in the language of that region A student can declare a minor at any time prior to graduation Students who are pursuing a minor in a program will not have bidding priority in that program only concentrators To add or change a minor please click HERE 12 Cross Listed Classes Political Economy of India China s Political Economy in Transition European Financial Markets Political Economies of Central and Eastern Europe West European Political Economies Political Economy of African Development Political Economy of Indonesia Faculty Any Bologna Italy Nanjing China SAIS Europe Washington D C 13 Charles F Doran 14 Andrew W Mellon Professor of International Relations Washington D C Email 15 16 Erik Jones 17 Director of European and Eurasian Studies Professor of European Studies and International Political Economy Bologna Italy Email 18 19 David P Calleo 20 Dean Acheson Professor Washington D C Email 21 22 Ling Chen 23 Assistant Professor of International Political Economy Washington D C Email 24 25 Andrew Cheon 26 Assistant Professor of International Political Economy Washington D C Email 27 28 Matthias Matthijs 29 Assistant Professor of International Political Economy Washington D C Email 30 31 David A Steinberg 32 Assistant Professor of International Political Economy Washington D C Washington D C Email 33 34 Pavithra Suryanarayan 35 Assistant Professor IPE Instructor until PhD conferral Washington D C Email 36 37 Masha Hedberg 38 Adjunct Professor of European and Eurasian Studies Bologna Italy Email 39 Seminar in Politics Political Economy The SAIS Research Seminar Series in Politics and Political Economy brings together the SAIS political science and international relations faculty in a bi weekly seminar which features the work of both SAIS and outside scholars In the series both junior and established scholars of comparative politics and international political economy present their research in progress in a lively exchange of ideas between presenter and audience which includes SAIS faculty MA and PhD students as well as policymakers and researchers from the broader DC community The seminar meets on Tuesdays from 4 30pm to 6 00pm in BOB 736 7th floor Johns Hopkins University 1717 Massachusetts Avenue NW Coffee and light refreshments are served For more information and to be added to our email list please email Asma Sarwary 40 Fall 2015 September 15 Charles Doran 14 Andrew W Mellon Professor of International Relations Why International Political Economy is at the Heart of World Order in the 21 st Century 41 September 22 David Steinberg 42 Assistant Professor of International Political Economy Interest Group Pressures and Currency Crises 43 Read paper here 44 do not cite without author s permission October 13 Pavithra Suryanarayan 45 Assistant Professor of International Political Economy Class Politics in Contemporary Democracies When Do the Rich and the Poor Support Different Parties 46 Read paper here 47 do not cite without author s permission October 20 Ling Chen 48 Assistant Professor of International Political Economy Globalization and the Local Politics behind China s Industrial Policies 49 November 3 Andrew Cheon 50 Assistant Professor of International Political Economy On Whose Terms Understanding the Global Expansion of National Oil Companies 51 November 17 Dan Honig 52 Assistant Professor of International Development Who Governs the IMF 53 RSVP HERE 54 December 1 Francesca Jensenius 55 Senior Research Fellow at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs NUPI Privileging One s Own Voting Patterns and Politicized Spending in India 56 RSVP HERE 57 Spring 2016 January 26 Susan Sell George Washington University February 9 Mary Gallagher University of Michigan February 23 Christina Davis Princeton University March 8 Johannes Urpelainen Columbia University March 22 Jacob Shapiro Princeton University April 12 Erik Jones Johns Hopkins University SAIS April 19 Jennifer Bussell University of California Berkeley Featured Courses Spring 2016 Show Details The Political Economies of Central Eastern Europe Professor Masha Hedberg Examines the relationship between the two most dramatic changes in Europe over t Examines the relationship between the two most dramatic changes in Europe over the past half century of integration in the West and transition in the East Argues that the relationship is both self reinforcing and at times counterproductive As a result the fate of the European Union and the future of Pan Europe are inextricably linked and a truly continental system is emerging in Europe How the European political and economic elites can harness that system for the general good remains to be seen Cross listed European Eurasian Studies International Development Course Number SA 710 720 Campus Bologna Italy Term Spring 2016 Spring 2016 Show Details Economic Survey of Latin America Global Players or Market Strayers Professor Edmund Amann This course examines the economics of Latin America in contemporary comparative This course examines the economics of Latin America in contemporary comparative perspective Starting with an overview of long term trends in growth and structural transformation the course moves on to consider the theoretical approaches which economists have adopted to understand development processes in the region The introductory phase of the course completed the next three lectures survey the key macroeconomic themes of fiscal policy monetary policy and the external balance The difficulties countries in the region have faced in maintaining macroeconomic stability is an important theme of the course and is referred back to again and again in subsequent sessions An equally important topic that of poverty and inequality forms the basis for the next section of the course The remainder of the course deals with the challenge Latin America now faces as it struggles to compete in the global economy Teaching on the course comprises a combination of formal lectures and student presentations group discussions Each student in conjunction with one or two colleagues will be expected to prepare and present one 20 minute presentation at some point during the course The presentations will be followed by group discussions led by the course lecturer Broad indications of themes for the talks are provided in this outline More precise details of the talk topics along with guidance on sources and formats will be given in week one of the course Course Number SA 810 796 Campus Bologna Italy Term Spring 2016 Spring 2016 Show Details European Financial Markets Professor Erik Jones The purpose of this course is to encourage students to develop a deeper understa The purpose of this course is to encourage students to develop a deeper understanding of European financial market integration The course begins with the completion of the internal market in the late 1980s and ends with current efforts to form a European banking union Along the way it introduces both common institutions and distinctive national frameworks It also looks at how regulations promulgated within Europe interact with those developed at the global level Students should have a good understanding of Macroeconomics Some background in international monetary theory and corporate finance would be advantageous but is not required Requirements Students are required to prepare weekly readings and to participate regularly in class Active class participation will count for 20 percent of the final course grade Students are also required to prepare two case studies of 4000 words in length one of which will be on a national topic and one of which will focus on an issue of European trans Atlantic or global concern The first case study will be due at midnight CET on 14 March 2014 the second case study will be due at midnight CEST on 30 April 2014 These case studies must be submitted by email to erik jones jhu edu in either MS Word or Adobe Acrobat format Each case study will count for 40 percent of the final course grade Course Number SA 710 907 Campus Bologna Italy Term Spring 2016 Spring 2016 Show Details Politics of International Economy Professor Charles Doran This course begins with a discussion of a number of theories of internatio This course begins with a discussion of a number of theories of international political economy and then turns to application in several policy areas International political economy stresses the larger systemic context in which international trade and commerce occurs It attempts from different orientations to encompass both values and power It includes the exogenous variables economists tend to subordinate in analysis It also includes the economic perspective that experts in international relations often ignore International political economy is a bridge between disciplines and ways of looking at statecraft COURSE REQUIREMENTS The course requires a one hour written midterm exam 35 of grade and a three hour written final exam 55 of the grade Class participation 10 of the grade is important despite the lecture orientation of the course and ample time for discussion will be provided The READING POINTS are intended as a guide to preparation of the discussion and exam essays which should draw upon readings and lectures Course Number SA 600 717 Campus Washington D C Term Spring 2016 Spring 2016 International Political Economy Professor Erik Jones Fall 2015 Show Details West European Political Economies Professor Erik Jones Introduces the national models for political and economic

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