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Agosin Economics | Master's level

Economic Growth and Development


02 Aug 2021 — 20 Nov 2021

We review the main causes behind the success of some countries to reach high-income status and the failure of most to do so. We cover most of the issues of interest to low- and middle-income countries: institutions, liquidity constraints and financial markets, international financial issues and FDI, information externalities and coordination problems, human capital issues.
Syllabus: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1rQjfqIkrsXhCrHH36iDbKVB8fig29ajB/view?usp=sharing


Prerequisites

Students are expected to have had intermediate Micro and Macroeconomics, and a working knowledge of Econometrics. This semester it is offered only in Spanish


Grading
This course will not be graded.

Class sessions (GMT-04:00) Santiago
  • Wednesday, 03:30 PM— 04:50 PM (Lecture)


Teacher
Professor of Economics Manuel
Course Website
Open
Mode of Participation
None
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