This is a post-graduate course that offer a long run view on the dynamic effects of international trade and factor movement on growth, convergence and income distribution at global level. It´s required just some basic knowledge of statistics, international and financial economy. We will use and stylize narrative about the international economic history from 1820 to understand today world international economy problems. We will debate on one hand, trade effects on growth, economic divergence and income distribution, on the other hand, the different alternatives on commercial and monetary models. The historical narrative follows the long 19th century, interwar and the post war characterized as integration, disintegration and reintegration periods. On this context it will be study the interrelation between technology, institutions and geography along the globalization process at the same time that we analyses the convergence and divergence between rich and poor countries and domestic income distribution.
1) Introduction: ¿Why are we interested on Globalization growth and inequality?
2) The origins of the great divergence: convergence and global inequality in the long run
3) The first wave of globalization : trade and growth.
4) The international monetary system, migrations and capital movements
5) Globalization trade policy and Empire .
6) Disintegration of the international economy and the World in Depression .
7) Openess, growth and Institutions from 1950 to the present.
8) Globalization and Inequality from 1950 to the present