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By Michael D. Bordo
Michael D. Bordo is Professor
of Economics and Director of
the Center for Monetary and
Financial History at Ru
Essays: Suggested Topics
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1.Does Globalization contribute to peace or war?
2. What is the relationship between globalization and financial crises?
3. What is the Re
SAS Honors Program Interdisciplinary Seminar: Globalization in Historical
Michael D. Bordo
This Course is a seminar course. All students are expected to do the readings before the
course . One student will lead the discussion on the