POLITICS OF DEVELOPMENT
2017 Fall Term
Political Science 340
This course focuses on the comparative analysis and contending interpretations of development in the developing countries. Emphasis will be given to the role of the state intervention and the coalitional politics of dominant class factions in capital accumulation and allocation of surplus for development. The analysis also includes the influence of international economic system as exercised through direct foreign investment and commercial lending institutions. Special attention will also be paid to the impact of militarism on the Third World countries and the problems of environment and sustainable development.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: ANY POLITICAL SCIENCE GENERAL EDUCATION COURSE
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