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Microeconomics of International Development (AEM 762)


25 Presentations. This course is designed for students with graduate level training in microeconomics and econometrics and an interest in international development. It focuses on the specification and estimation of models of individual, household, firm/farm, and market behavior. A wide range of topics are covered. The intent is to provide an in depth survey of the research frontiers in various key areas of the microeconomics of international development.


Dr. Christopher Barrett
Applied Economics & Management
Cornell University, United States
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Guest Presenter(s)

Marcel Fafchamps
Oxford University, United States
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Subal Kumbhakar

Binghamton University, United States
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