EC/IB 336 - Economic Development in Argentina & Latin America

This course provides a theoretical basis of macroeconomics concepts that enables the student to understand economic concepts and perform a critical analysis about Argentina and Latin America. The course will also analyze the economic numbers, of Argentina and the region. This will be accompanied by a historical context for a greater understanding. Finally, after reviewing the region, will proceed to question populism and his threat to economic development. As the course progress, student participation will growth ending with a debate between them. Classes will be complemented with audiovisual material. Once the course is completed, the students will have the ability to understand the economic situation of each country and being able to formulate arguments and critical analysis.

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International Business

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A basic introduction to Economics is recommended

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