This course introduces students to the relations among growth, inequality and globalization of economic markets, with a focus on implications for the developing world.
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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.