This course is designed to discuss frontier research in economic growth and development. Topics are chosen by the instructor from empirical and theoretical research in the areas. Issues to be studied vary but may include the foundation of modern theory, the dynamic process of industrial transformation, technological progress, human and physical capital accumulation, financial development, as well as the role of government and institutional factors in advancing a market economy. Student participation in class discussions of research papers is essential. Class will begin February 18, 2020.
Section 01Seminar in Growth and Development
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