PSC 324 Economic and Political Development
A brief survey of problems facing lesser-developed countries and of measures proposed and used for the advancement of political integration and the improvement of living standards and social welfare. The roles of capital accumulation, private initiative, representative government, and other factors in economic growth and political modernization will be studied. Counts as an advanced course in International Politics or Comparative Politics. This course is offered in the spring semester, 2009.
Prerequisite: Political Science 122 or consent of the instructor.