ECO 4203 : Pol Eco of Development Aid

This course examines foreign aid using a variety of economic approaches and tools including growth models, a public choice approach, principal-agent theory, and econometric analysis. Building on the history and institutions of foreign aid, we will delve into current policy and academic debates including aid effectiveness, agency problems, conditionality, and selectivity. A recurring theme is how the economic and political objectives of aid donors and recipients influence the development effectiveness of aid.

Prerequisites

(ECO 2102 and ECO 3137)

Overview

Program

Credits

Credits 3

Last Offered

Fall 2023, Fall 2022, Fall 2020, Fall 2018