Development, Trade and Inequality (ECNM08024)
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Visiting students must have at least 1 introductory level Economics course at grade B or above for entry to this course. We will only consider University/College level courses.
This is a new version of the course Issues in Global Economics. The details are not yet finalised. The information in this entry are therefore subject to change but is provided to give students an indicative overview of the content, delivery and assessment.
This course intends to illustrate the usefulness of economic analysis in a global context. The course is divided into 2 main themes: development economics, trade and inequality. The first part of the course focuses on trade and inequality. The second explores developing countries and relevant principles of economic development. The course is delivered through a programme of lectures and tutorials.
Written Exam 80%, Coursework 20%, Practical Exam 0%
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