|Evolving Trends in Intl Devel - 93872 - CDAE 195 - Z4|
Since the beginning of the decolonization era in the late 1950s there have been a number of trends in international development assistance. These have included emphasis on capital intensive infrastructure projects, supporting basic human needs, structural reform, democracy & governance, and combinations of these. This course examines the rationales behind the evolution of these trends, and how effective IDA has been in improving the lives of citizens in developing countries. It concludes with consideration of the current state of international development and its ramifications for the future.
Associated Term: Fall 2012
Registration Dates: Mar 01, 2012 to Sep 10, 2012
Continuing Education Campus
Lecture Instructional Method
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