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Theory and Policy Module 4: Globalization as Epoch and as Epistemology: Threat and Challenge. Examining the degree of policy freedom available for redressing constraints on small states’ ‘development’ processes, and for engaging successfully with the international order. Strategic Issues for Sustainable Development 1. Globalization and Competitiveness – The Industrial Policy Strategic Challenge-: The examination of the features of globalization, the expected impacts of trade liberalization on welfare and poverty, growth of services and the expected gains from tourism, small states competitiveness and the implications for development/industrial policy- Class discussion on the problem of managing ‘competitiveness’ under globalization for small developing economies. 2. Globalization, Poverty and Inequality- Planning for Empowerment: An examination of the trends of poverty, inequity and informalization in the international economy- Class discussion on policies for increasing equitable participation and addressing poverty reduction and alleviation with special attention to human and social development; 3. Globalization and Global Governance Regimes –The International Relations Constraint- An examination of the trends in global governance and the nature of the complex net of international regulatory regimes managing a process of neoliberal globalization, as seen in WTO and COTONOU- REPA ‘free trade’ agreements: Class discussion of the existing power of Special and Differential treatment for promoting developing country interests and small state viability under neo-liberal globalization. 4. Globalization and Sustainable ‘Competitiveness’? An examination of sustainable development and its compatibility with a neo-liberal process of globalization, in light of the challenges thrown up by environmental degradation and the role of the agricultural sector in addressing food security and rural poverty. Class discussion of the competition and sustainable development problems emanating from the WTO’s Agreement on Agriculture for developing countries and small states. 5. Globalization and Regional Development – Managing Open Regionalism. Examining CARICOM as a regional integration process, its structure and goals. Class discussion on the expected benefits of the CSME integration regime its role

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