Not too easy. Not too difficult.
This course will use all the skills you have developed as an economist to try and answer important economic questions. Providing an answer is hard because solving the problem of world poverty is not as simple as reallocating income.
The Neo-classical Model and Convergence of Income Coordination and Persistent Poverty Credit, Inequality in the Divergence of Incomes The Psychology of Poverty Health and Nutrition The Role of Institutions in Development Political Economy and Corruption Property Rights and Investment Incentives International Aid and Economic Growth Microfinance Credit, Saving and Insurance Land Redistribution Role of Media and Policy in Development Social Networks and Social Capital Role Regulation in Development Intrahousehold Allocations and Gender Technology Adoption and Learning
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Advice for students:
this course involves plenty of theories so you got to brace up for extensive learning.