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ECON 4108 - International Economic Development

This course is a study of the theories and policies of international economic development. Topics covered include: defining and measuring growth and development, theories of growth and development, poverty and income distribution, population growth, human capital investment, agricultural development, urbanization, role of the international sector, stabilization policy, and foreign aid and investment. Prerequisites: At least 45 units and completion of LD Area D. Recommended: one Economics course. Satisfies general education upper division Area D and Theme S: Sustainability and Justice. Class Notes: Students should plan to be available and able to attend the Zoom sessions during the scheduled meeting times. Specific expectations for Zoom attendance will be emailed to students via their CSUB email prior to the start of the Fall 2021 semester and included on the course syllabus. Enrollment Requirements: Main Campus Prerequisites: At least 45 units and completion of LD Area D..
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