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ECON-362 Microeconomics of Economic Development (3) Course Level: Undergraduate

Microeconomics of Economic Development (3) Theoretical and empirical exploration of microeconomic issues and policies in developing countries. The course focuses on poverty and income distribution and includes coordination failures, credit and labor market imperfections, microcredit, health, food security, human capital accumulation, gender relations, property rights, transaction costs, and economics of the household. Usually Offered: fall. Prerequisite: ECON-100 and ECON-200. Recommendation: ECON-300 or ECON-400.