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 so-called 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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