Theories of International Development

IDVP 300 (3)

Examines how prominent theories of development, namely modernization, dependency, neo-liberalism, Marxism and critical theories have shaped international development. Analyzes the main arguments, similarities and differences of these theoretical approaches and their implications on socalled developing countries. The political, economic and the cultural dimensions of development thinking, including their interrelations will also be examined. Prerequisite: IDVP 101.
Course Code: IDVP 300 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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