ECON 314 - Economic Development in the Age of Contested Globalization

Description
Why have only few developing countries closed the income gap with industrialized countries? How does globalization affect the prospects for economic transformation and human well-being? How does the rise of China impact the development prospects for other latecomers? We study and discuss how orthodox and heterodox approaches answer these and other questions, and we assess proposed policies and their appropriateness in different contexts. Students have many opportunities to apply the knowledge acquired in class: in debates, simulations, quantitative and qualitative research, and discussions of authentic cases with embedded practitioners from international organizations and the private sector. Prereq: ECON-213 and either ECON-211 or ECON-218.
Credits
4
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Spring 2018
Offered
Tu
Avg. Class Size
18
Avg. Sections
1