This option consists of three courses. Overall the focus is on the microeconomic analysis of central aspects of the dynamics of development in low income countries in particular: the questions of poverty and inequality; market imperfections; state failures; the role of institutions including family and collective structures; population dynamics and environmental transformations. The theoretical approach is combined with numerous applications, exercises and case studies. Learning outcomes comprise appropriate skills to analyze and design realistic and innovative solutions for various development challenges.
|LECON2821||Population, Environment and Governance - UNamur||30h||5 crédits||1q||x||x|
|LECON2822||Development and Institutions: Economic Approaches - UNamur (Cassan G)||30h||5 crédits||1q||x||x|
|LECON2825||Poverty and Livelihood Strategies (UNamur - C Guirkinger)||30h||5 crédits||1q||x||x|