Classes

EC 3005 Graduate Student Workshop in Economic Development

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2019
  • Participants discuss recent research in economic development and present their own work in progress. Popularly known as the Development Lunch.
  • This course is primarily, but not exclusively, for doctoral students in economics who have passed their oral examinations.

EC 2390 Development Economics

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2016
This course will cover macro-economic topics including aggregate and non-aggregate growth models, models of technology diffusion and choice; topics in finance including financial development and economic growth, consumer finance; small and medium enterprise finance; debt and equity markets; the role of management and corporate governance; the political economy of finance, and corruption; and a range of topics on the role of population, culture, ethnicity, leaders, corruption in economic development, and the efficacy of industrial policy and foreign aid.