3 Credits

LectureFall 2024
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Fall 2024 Instructors: Kajal Gulati

This course is designed to introduce students to issues and problems related to international economic development. Topics covered include a description of the current situation in developing countries and the history of growth and development. The course is grounded in the body of theory associated with economic development, but concentrates on the many practical problems such as poverty, population growth, urbanization, education and the environment. The three areas with the greatest attention are agricultural development, international trade, and policy analysis for developing countries. Typically offered Spring.

Course AGEC 34000 from Purdue University - West Lafayette.

Prerequisites: AGEC 20300 or AGEC 20400 or AGEC 21700 or ECON 25100 or ECON E1030 or ECON E2010 or ECON 25200 or ECON E1040 or ECON E2020 or ECON 21000

Fall 2024 Schedule:

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