IRP480.2 Human Development and International Cooperation (at the U. of Florence) (Fall)

Open only to students accepted to the special program Florence Center & University of Florence (courses taught in English)

Taught in English by the University of Florence and open to Syracuse University students. The course covers theories, objectives and instruments as well as the analysis of the economic and social effects of international cooperation programs, economic aid and development projects. Following some introductory lectures on the changing landscape of international cooperation and general theoretical and descriptive issues (part A), the course will address key theoretical and empirical issues regarding international assistance and cooperation for development (part B) which is accompanied by case studies. Some seminars will also be held during the course (part C).

May also be registered as ECN 480.2.

The University of Florence calendar may require students taking this course to stay beyond the regular SU Florence program end-date.

Prereq: Introductory economics course and introductory statistics course

Department: International Relations

Locations: Florence, University of Florence

Semester: Fall

Credits: 3