This course introduces students to the relations among growth, inequality and globalization of economic markets, with a focus on implications for the developing world.
This introductory course focuses on microeconomic dimensions of trade relations between countries.
Global Poverty: Challenges and Hopes in the New Millennium (Syllabus) – University of California, Berkeley
This introductory course teaches students about dominant paradigms of development and welfare, and situates such paradigms in the 20th century history of capitalism and liberal democracy.
This course is an introduction to the study of the economic circumstances and problems of low and middle-income economies.
This course aims to develop a broad understanding of the dynamics of inequality and poverty in Latin America and how market forces and government policies affect those dynamics.
This course presents an overview of poverty analysis and how it is applied by multilateral organizations.