Microeconomics of International Development Policy


Microeconomic foundations of international development policy using tools of microeconomics to study behavior of individuals, households, and firms in developing countries. Topics may include household and intrahousehold modeling; market participation; agrarian contracts; credit and microfinance; nutrition and health; poverty traps; etc. Public Policy Studies 303D prerequisite or instructor approval.
Curriculum Codes
  • SS
Cross-Listed As
  • PUBPOL 603S
Typically Offered