Economics 213 - Economic Development

Economic Development

Eva Paus

TTH 10:30AM-11:45AM

Mount Holyoke College
Skinner Hall 202
Economic development is the study of the macro and micro dynamics that shape economic and social outcomes in low and middle-income countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and transition economies. The outcomes we focus on in this course are human well-being, poverty, and inequalities as well as structural transformation, economic growth, sustainability, and the creation of decent jobs. We will pay particular attention to the implications of the nature of an economy's insertion into the global economy and the global economic context, and to the role of government policies in advancing economic development.

Prereq: ECON-110.

Permission is required for interchange registration during the add/drop period only.