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ECON 465 - Development Economics


This course will study the special problems faced by the less developed countries of the world and the economic mechanisms that must be taken into account in raising living standards. Topics considered may include population growth, the demographic transition, savings and capital accumulation, education and human capital, health and human capital, institutions and the development process, the role of history and multiple equilibria, the role of expectations and multiple equilibria, and economic integration.

Prerequisites & Notes: ECON 306; ECON 307; DSCI 205 or MATH 240 or MATH 341.
Credits: 4
Grade Mode: Letter



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