ECON 301-0W1 - Regional Economic Development In Africa | ARCHIVED

Offered by: Canton / Technology College | Fall 2019

This course provides an analytical study of economic development of one specific African region. Topics to be covered include inequality, poverty, economic growth, demography, fertility, mortality, migration, employment, education, health, trade, globalization, food production, nutrition, environment, and sustainable development. Different African regions (Central Africa, East Africa, North Africa, Southern Africa, and West Africa) are studied on a cycle. Students may take one 'Regional Economic Development in Africa' for Gen Ed. 6 credit. Students may take two 'Regional Economic Development in Africa' for elective credit.
Subject: Economics
General Education Area(s): Other World Civilizations
Instructor(s): Edouard K Mafoua
Dates: August 22, 2019 — December 13, 2019
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