PUBPOL 533: Economics of International Development

Economics of International Development critically examines the validity and reliability of most common economic development indicators of poverty, growth and inequality, and provides an overview of, and basic literacy around, international macroeconomic topics including debt, aid, trade and financial markets.

Current and Past Course Instructors

  • C. Leigh Anderson

    Marc Lindenberg Professor for Humanitarian Action, International Development, and Global Citizenship

  • Carlos Cuevas

    Associate Teaching Professor