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ECO 3325

Latin American Economic Issues.

Three semester hours. (SP)

Analysis of recent and historical issues in Latin American economics, including economic development and its relationto poverty, schooling, the informal sector, agrarian issues, sustainable development; inflation; debt; trade; regional integration; infrastructure development; privatization and entrepreneurial activity; and stabilization and structural reform using case studies from Latin America. The focus of this course is on policy analysis rather than theory development. Prerequisites: ECO 2301 and Junior standing.

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