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AREC345

Global Poverty and Economic Development

This interdisciplinary course explores social and economic development around the world. Topics include geography, democratization, political instability and conflict, health and education, agricultural development, micro-entrepreneurship, and an introduction to impact evaluation methods used to evaluate the efficacy of public policy aimed at alleviating poverty.

Spring 2021

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Average GPA: 2.78 between 464 students

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