ECON 435

Microeconomic issues: land, labor, credit, and insurance markets; duality; alternate views of the role and evolution of non-market institutions in the development process. Macroeconomic issues: urban migration; inequality and development; population growth and technical change; internal factor accumulation versus TFP growth.

Prerequisites
ECON 239; ECON 310 and permission of the Department

Corequisites
ECON 351

This course is currently cross-listed with ECON 835

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