ECN380.18 Chilean Economy in the 21st Century

Taught in Spanish at Pontificia Universidad Católica and may not be offered every semester. The purpose of this course is to familiarize you with key aspects of Chile’s economy. You will learn about the country’s institutions and historical development as well as distinctive aspects compared to other countries. You also will analyze the main challenges that the country is facing in order to continue to move towards reducing income gaps with developed nations and within Chilean society.

Your goals in the course will be to

  1. Study and understand the key aspects of Chile’s economy.
  2. Understand methodologies and approaches that allow students to analyze contemporary issues related to Chilean economics and society.
  3. Analyze critical issues related to the country’s perspectives for development and their discussion.

(PUC #EAE207A)

Department: Economics

Location: Santiago

Credits: 3