Economics of International Development
Pusan National University
Busan, South Korea
Area of Study
Economics, International Politics
Taught In English
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Hours & Credits
This course explores the foundations of policy making in developing countries. The goal of this course is to understand the economic problems of developing countries by using economic theories and applying them. By the end of this course, students are expected to have a good understanding of the challenges pertaining to social and economic changes in both developing and less-developed countries, what economics theories tell us that should be done in the developing world in order to foster economic development, what has been done during the past decades and what is being done now both by policy makers and researchers in the field of Development Economics.
The course will cover topics such as the theories of growth, poverty issues, education, health, the credit market, inequalities, history dependence, and political institutions. This course will help students who seek for jobs in international institutions, such as the UN.
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