Graduate Course Descriptions

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5325. Issues in Economic Development

3.00 credits

Prerequisites: None.

Grading Basis: Graded

Economic, social, and demographic change in those countries comprising the less wealthy regions of the South. It examines development from linear (neoclassical), structuralist (political economy), and other perspectives, and emphasizes relationships between "advanced" and "developing" countries within the context of the global economy. In addition to theoretical grounding, the course provides practice in preparing development profiles of individual countries.

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