GS311- Neoliberalism and its Critics(.5)
This course examines development strategies of the last thirty years of the 20th century. During the aforementioned period, issues of liberalization, stabilization, and democratization dominated the development agenda. The course attempts to shed light on the origins, nature, and import of these market-based reforms. Specific country-cases of these market-oriented reforms and their general implications receive special attention. The case studies are drawn form Africa and Latin America.
PREREQUISITE: Any GS course at the 200 or 300 level or permission of the instructor.
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