Development economics has been defined as the study of the economic structure and reduction of poverty, improvement in basic standards of living and increase in productive capacity. In the first part of the course, we will study paradigms that have dominated the debate on economic development in recent decades: theories of post-war modernization and capital accumulation, state-regulated markets (Keynesianism) and the neo-classical paradigm of the globalization project, which has dominated economic policy since the early 1990s. To exemplify the theory, we will focus on the structural transformation of agriculture and energy markets. Please join our first Zoom meeting on November 3rdhttps://hu-berlin.zoom.us/j/67499559335 Meeting ID: 674 9955 9335
McMichael, P. "Development and Social Change: A global Perspective" Sage. Harvey, D. "The Limits to Capital" Cahill D.,Cooper M., Konings "The SAGE Handbook of Neoliberalism", SAGE.
StO/PO MA 2016: 6 LP, Modul: "Topics in Macroeconomics"
StO/PO MEMS 2016: 6 LP, Modul: "Topics in Macroeconomics", Major: Macroeconomics
Klausur (90 min)
Die Veranstaltung wurde 6 mal im Vorlesungsverzeichnis WiSe 2020/21 gefunden: