ECN380.19 Economic Experiences

Taught in Spanish at Pontificia Universidad Católica; may not be offered every semester.  This course provides a general overview of world economic development since the the industrial revolution up through the twenty-first century. It examines a series of regional development cases with the object of compiling a comparison of experiences using modern economic theory as the analytical frame.  Students successfully completing the course will be able to:

  • Analyze world economic development as a means of understanding the current situation.
  • Describe different experiences of economic development, considering the context, international events, and institutional characteristics that shape these experiences.
  • Describe and comment knowledgeably on results of recent research in specific development cases.

(PUC #EAE286A)

Department: Economics

Location: Santiago

Credits: 3