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Alejandro Ibarra


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ECO S355 • Dev Probs/Pols In Latin Amer

81710 • Summer 2016
Meets MTWTHF 10:00AM-11:30AM CLA 1.104

DESCRIPTION OF THE LATIN AMERICAN ECONOMY; BUSINESS AND MARKET ORGANIZATION; PROBLEM OF GROWTH (INVOLVING CREDIT, PUBLIC FINANCE, TRADE, INVESTMENT ASPECTS).

PREREQUISITE: ECONOMICS 304K AND 304L WITH A GRADE OF AT LEAST C- IN EACH

Course description Latin America & the Caribbean (LAC), more than any other region, has been and continues to be a laboratory for economic theories, ideologies, and strategies. This has been a mixed blessing, at best, for residents of the region. However, those who seek to understand the determinants of economic performance and development find here an abundance of raw material. LAC economies are today part legacy and part dynamic reshaping of intellectual and political influences (some indigenous, others imported). In this course, current circumstances in the economies of Latin America & the Caribbean prompt us to ask how such things arise and where they might lead. The principal objective of the graded assignments in this course is to enable your engagement with the scholarly literature on LAC economies - that is, to learn how to learn from relevant experts. Secondary course objectives include deepening your understanding of the region's economies, exercising your talents in information retrieval and processing, and sharpening your writing skills. Your grade in this course will depend principally on your success in accessing, understanding, and communicating (in writing) scholarly debates or issues of relevance to the economies of LAC.

ECO S355 • Dev Probs/Pols In Latin Amer

82370 • Summer 2015
Meets MTWTHF 10:00AM-11:30AM CLA 1.104

DESCRIPTION OF THE LATIN AMERICAN ECONOMY; BUSINESS AND MARKET ORGANIZATION; PROBLEM OF GROWTH (INVOLVING CREDIT, PUBLIC FINANCE, TRADE, INVESTMENT ASPECTS).

PREREQUISITE: ECONOMICS 304K AND 304L WITH A GRADE OF AT LEAST C- IN EACH

Course description Latin America & the Caribbean (LAC), more than any other region, has been and continues to be a laboratory for economic theories, ideologies, and strategies. This has been a mixed blessing, at best, for residents of the region. However, those who seek to understand the determinants of economic performance and development find here an abundance of raw material. LAC economies are today part legacy and part dynamic reshaping of intellectual and political influences (some indigenous, others imported). In this course, current circumstances in the economies of Latin America & the Caribbean prompt us to ask how such things arise and where they might lead. The principal objective of the graded assignments in this course is to enable your engagement with the scholarly literature on LAC economies - that is, to learn how to learn from relevant experts. Secondary course objectives include deepening your understanding of the region's economies, exercising your talents in information retrieval and processing, and sharpening your writing skills. Your grade in this course will depend principally on your success in accessing, understanding, and communicating (in writing) scholarly debates or issues of relevance to the economies of LAC.

ECO S355 • Dev Probs/Pols In Latin Amer

83055 • Summer 2014
Meets MTWTHF 10:00AM-11:30AM CLA 1.104

DESCRIPTION OF THE LATIN AMERICAN ECONOMY; BUSINESS AND MARKET ORGANIZATION; PROBLEM OF GROWTH (INVOLVING CREDIT, PUBLIC FINANCE, TRADE, INVESTMENT ASPECTS).

PREREQUISITE: ECONOMICS 304K AND 304L WITH A GRADE OF AT LEAST C- IN EACH

Course description Latin America & the Caribbean (LAC), more than any other region, has been and continues to be a laboratory for economic theories, ideologies, and strategies. This has been a mixed blessing, at best, for residents of the region. However, those who seek to understand the determinants of economic performance and development find here an abundance of raw material. LAC economies are today part legacy and part dynamic reshaping of intellectual and political influences (some indigenous, others imported). In this course, current circumstances in the economies of Latin America & the Caribbean prompt us to ask how such things arise and where they might lead. The principal objective of the graded assignments in this course is to enable your engagement with the scholarly literature on LAC economies - that is, to learn how to learn from relevant experts. Secondary course objectives include deepening your understanding of the region's economies, exercising your talents in information retrieval and processing, and sharpening your writing skills. Your grade in this course will depend principally on your success in accessing, understanding, and communicating (in writing) scholarly debates or issues of relevance to the economies of LAC.

ECO S355 • Dev Probs/Pols In Latin Amer

83390 • Summer 2013
Meets MTWTHF 10:00AM-11:30AM SZB 330

DESCRIPTION OF THE LATIN AMERICAN ECONOMY; BUSINESS AND MARKET ORGANIZATION; PROBLEM OF GROWTH (INVOLVING CREDIT, PUBLIC FINANCE, TRADE, INVESTMENT ASPECTS).

PREREQUISITE: ECONOMICS 304K AND 304L WITH A GRADE OF AT LEAST C- IN EACH

Course description Latin America & the Caribbean (LAC), more than any other region, has been and continues to be a laboratory for economic theories, ideologies, and strategies. This has been a mixed blessing, at best, for residents of the region. However, those who seek to understand the determinants of economic performance and development find here an abundance of raw material. LAC economies are today part legacy and part dynamic reshaping of intellectual and political influences (some indigenous, others imported). In this course, current circumstances in the economies of Latin America & the Caribbean prompt us to ask how such things arise and where they might lead. The principal objective of the graded assignments in this course is to enable your engagement with the scholarly literature on LAC economies - that is, to learn how to learn from relevant experts. Secondary course objectives include deepening your understanding of the region's economies, exercising your talents in information retrieval and processing, and sharpening your writing skills. Your grade in this course will depend principally on your success in accessing, understanding, and communicating (in writing) scholarly debates or issues of relevance to the economies of LAC.

ECO S355 • Dev Probs/Pols In Latin Amer

83520 • Summer 2012
Meets MTWTHF 10:00AM-11:30AM UTC 1.104
(also listed as LAS S355, URB S351)

Latin America & the Caribbean (LAC), more than any other region, has been and continues to be a laboratory for economic theories, ideologies, and strategies. This has been a mixed blessing, at best, for residents of the region. However, those who seek to understand the determinants of economic performance and development find here an abundance of raw material. LAC economies are today part legacy and part dynamic reshaping of intellectual and political influences (some indigenous, others imported). In this course, current circumstances in the economies of Latin America & the Caribbean prompt us to ask how such things arise and where they might lead. The principal objective of the graded assignments in this course is to enable your engagement with the scholarly literature on LAC economies - that is, to learn how to learn from relevant experts. Secondary course objectives include deepening your understanding of the region's economies, exercising your talents in information retrieval and processing, and sharpening your writing skills. Your grade in this course will depend principally on your success in accessing, understanding, and communicating (in writing) scholarly debates or issues of relevance to the economies of LAC.

ECO F355 • Dev Probs/Pols In Latin Amer

82835 • Summer 2010
Meets MTWTHF 10:00AM-11:30AM GAR 1.126

DESCRIPTION OF THE LATIN AMERICAN ECONOMY; BUSINESS AND MARKET ORGANIZATION; PROBLEM OF GROWTH (INVOLVING CREDIT, PUBLIC FINANCE, TRADE, INVESTMENT ASPECTS).

PREREQUISITE: ECONOMICS 304K AND 304L WITH A GRADE OF AT LEAST C- IN EACH.

SAME AS LAS 355 (TOPIC 1) , URB 351 (TOPIC 1).

Course description Latin America & the Caribbean (LAC), more than any other region, has been and continues to be a laboratory for economic theories, ideologies, and strategies. This has been a mixed blessing, at best, for residents of the region. However, those who seek to understand the determinants of economic performance and development find here an abundance of raw material. LAC economies are today part legacy and part dynamic reshaping of intellectual and political influences (some indigenous, others imported). In this course, current circumstances in the economies of Latin America & the Caribbean prompt us to ask how such things arise and where they might lead. The principal objective of the graded assignments in this course is to enable your engagement with the scholarly literature on LAC economies - that is, to learn how to learn from relevant experts. Secondary course objectives include deepening your understanding of the region's economies, exercising your talents in information retrieval and processing, and sharpening your writing skills. Your grade in this course will depend principally on your success in accessing, understanding, and communicating (in writing) scholarly debates or issues of relevance to the economies of LAC.

ECO F355 • Dev Probs/Pols In Latin Amer

82650 • Summer 2009
Meets MTWTHF 10:00AM-11:30AM GAR 1.126

DESCRIPTION OF THE LATIN AMERICAN ECONOMY; BUSINESS AND MARKET ORGANIZATION; PROBLEM OF GROWTH (INVOLVING CREDIT, PUBLIC FINANCE, TRADE, INVESTMENT ASPECTS).

PREREQUISITE: ECONOMICS 304K AND 304L WITH A GRADE OF AT LEAST C- IN EACH.

SAME AS LAS 355 (TOPIC 1) , URB 351 (TOPIC 1).

Course description Latin America & the Caribbean (LAC), more than any other region, has been and continues to be a laboratory for economic theories, ideologies, and strategies. This has been a mixed blessing, at best, for residents of the region. However, those who seek to understand the determinants of economic performance and development find here an abundance of raw material. LAC economies are today part legacy and part dynamic reshaping of intellectual and political influences (some indigenous, others imported). In this course, current circumstances in the economies of Latin America & the Caribbean prompt us to ask how such things arise and where they might lead. The principal objective of the graded assignments in this course is to enable your engagement with the scholarly literature on LAC economies - that is, to learn how to learn from relevant experts. Secondary course objectives include deepening your understanding of the region's economies, exercising your talents in information retrieval and processing, and sharpening your writing skills. Your grade in this course will depend principally on your success in accessing, understanding, and communicating (in writing) scholarly debates or issues of relevance to the economies of LAC.

ECO S355 • Dev Probs/Pols In Latin Amer

84165 • Summer 2008
Meets MTWTHF 10:00AM-11:30AM GAR 1.126

DESCRIPTION OF THE LATIN AMERICAN ECONOMY; BUSINESS AND MARKET ORGANIZATION; PROBLEM OF GROWTH (INVOLVING CREDIT, PUBLIC FINANCE, TRADE, INVESTMENT ASPECTS).

PREREQUISITE: ECONOMICS 304K AND 304L WITH A GRADE OF AT LEAST C- IN EACH

Course description Latin America & the Caribbean (LAC), more than any other region, has been and continues to be a laboratory for economic theories, ideologies, and strategies. This has been a mixed blessing, at best, for residents of the region. However, those who seek to understand the determinants of economic performance and development find here an abundance of raw material. LAC economies are today part legacy and part dynamic reshaping of intellectual and political influences (some indigenous, others imported). In this course, current circumstances in the economies of Latin America & the Caribbean prompt us to ask how such things arise and where they might lead. The principal objective of the graded assignments in this course is to enable your engagement with the scholarly literature on LAC economies - that is, to learn how to learn from relevant experts. Secondary course objectives include deepening your understanding of the region's economies, exercising your talents in information retrieval and processing, and sharpening your writing skills. Your grade in this course will depend principally on your success in accessing, understanding, and communicating (in writing) scholarly debates or issues of relevance to the economies of LAC.

ECO F355 • Dev Probs/Pols In Latin Amer

83505 • Summer 2005
Meets MTWTHF 1:00PM-2:30PM CBA 4.328

DESCRIPTION OF THE LATIN AMERICAN ECONOMY; BUSINESS AND MARKET ORGANIZATION; PROBLEM OF GROWTH (INVOLVING CREDIT, PUBLIC FINANCE, TRADE, INVESTMENT ASPECTS).

PREREQUISITE: ECONOMICS 304K AND 304L WITH A GRADE OF AT LEAST C- IN EACH.

SAME AS LAS 355 (TOPIC 1) , URB 351 (TOPIC 1).

Course description Latin America & the Caribbean (LAC), more than any other region, has been and continues to be a laboratory for economic theories, ideologies, and strategies. This has been a mixed blessing, at best, for residents of the region. However, those who seek to understand the determinants of economic performance and development find here an abundance of raw material. LAC economies are today part legacy and part dynamic reshaping of intellectual and political influences (some indigenous, others imported). In this course, current circumstances in the economies of Latin America & the Caribbean prompt us to ask how such things arise and where they might lead. The principal objective of the graded assignments in this course is to enable your engagement with the scholarly literature on LAC economies - that is, to learn how to learn from relevant experts. Secondary course objectives include deepening your understanding of the region's economies, exercising your talents in information retrieval and processing, and sharpening your writing skills. Your grade in this course will depend principally on your success in accessing, understanding, and communicating (in writing) scholarly debates or issues of relevance to the economies of LAC.

ECO S355 • Dev Probs/Pols In Latin Amer

83520 • Summer 2004
Meets MTWTHF 1:00PM-2:30PM UTC 3.132

DESCRIPTION OF THE LATIN AMERICAN ECONOMY; BUSINESS AND MARKET ORGANIZATION; PROBLEM OF GROWTH (INVOLVING CREDIT, PUBLIC FINANCE, TRADE, INVESTMENT ASPECTS).

PREREQUISITE: ECONOMICS 304K AND 304L WITH A GRADE OF AT LEAST C- IN EACH

Course description Latin America & the Caribbean (LAC), more than any other region, has been and continues to be a laboratory for economic theories, ideologies, and strategies. This has been a mixed blessing, at best, for residents of the region. However, those who seek to understand the determinants of economic performance and development find here an abundance of raw material. LAC economies are today part legacy and part dynamic reshaping of intellectual and political influences (some indigenous, others imported). In this course, current circumstances in the economies of Latin America & the Caribbean prompt us to ask how such things arise and where they might lead. The principal objective of the graded assignments in this course is to enable your engagement with the scholarly literature on LAC economies - that is, to learn how to learn from relevant experts. Secondary course objectives include deepening your understanding of the region's economies, exercising your talents in information retrieval and processing, and sharpening your writing skills. Your grade in this course will depend principally on your success in accessing, understanding, and communicating (in writing) scholarly debates or issues of relevance to the economies of LAC.

ECO S355 • Dev Prob & Pol In Latin Amer

83700 • Summer 2003
Meets MTWTHF 8:30AM-10:00AM UTC 3.132

DESCRIPTION OF THE LATIN AMERICAN ECONOMY; BUSINESS AND MARKET ORGANIZATION; PROBLEM OF GROWTH (INVOLVING CREDIT, PUBLIC FINANCE, TRADE, INVESTMENT ASPECTS).

PREREQUISITE: ECONOMICS 304K AND 304L WITH A GRADE OF AT LEAST C- IN EACH

Course description Latin America & the Caribbean (LAC), more than any other region, has been and continues to be a laboratory for economic theories, ideologies, and strategies. This has been a mixed blessing, at best, for residents of the region. However, those who seek to understand the determinants of economic performance and development find here an abundance of raw material. LAC economies are today part legacy and part dynamic reshaping of intellectual and political influences (some indigenous, others imported). In this course, current circumstances in the economies of Latin America & the Caribbean prompt us to ask how such things arise and where they might lead. The principal objective of the graded assignments in this course is to enable your engagement with the scholarly literature on LAC economies - that is, to learn how to learn from relevant experts. Secondary course objectives include deepening your understanding of the region's economies, exercising your talents in information retrieval and processing, and sharpening your writing skills. Your grade in this course will depend principally on your success in accessing, understanding, and communicating (in writing) scholarly debates or issues of relevance to the economies of LAC.

ECO F355 • Dev Prob & Pol In Latin Amer

83700 • Summer 2002
Meets MTWTHF 11:30AM-1:00PM GSB 2.122

DESCRIPTION OF THE LATIN AMERICAN ECONOMY; BUSINESS AND MARKET ORGANIZATION; PROBLEM OF GROWTH (INVOLVING CREDIT, PUBLIC FINANCE, TRADE, INVESTMENT ASPECTS).

PREREQUISITE: ECONOMICS 304K AND 304L WITH A GRADE OF AT LEAST C- IN EACH.

SAME AS LAS 355 (TOPIC 1) , URB 351 (TOPIC 1).

Course description Latin America & the Caribbean (LAC), more than any other region, has been and continues to be a laboratory for economic theories, ideologies, and strategies. This has been a mixed blessing, at best, for residents of the region. However, those who seek to understand the determinants of economic performance and development find here an abundance of raw material. LAC economies are today part legacy and part dynamic reshaping of intellectual and political influences (some indigenous, others imported). In this course, current circumstances in the economies of Latin America & the Caribbean prompt us to ask how such things arise and where they might lead. The principal objective of the graded assignments in this course is to enable your engagement with the scholarly literature on LAC economies - that is, to learn how to learn from relevant experts. Secondary course objectives include deepening your understanding of the region's economies, exercising your talents in information retrieval and processing, and sharpening your writing skills. Your grade in this course will depend principally on your success in accessing, understanding, and communicating (in writing) scholarly debates or issues of relevance to the economies of LAC.

ECO F355 • Dev Prob & Pol In Latin Amer

83215 • Summer 2001
Meets MTWTHF 11:30AM-1:00PM UTC 3.124

DESCRIPTION OF THE LATIN AMERICAN ECONOMY; BUSINESS AND MARKET ORGANIZATION; PROBLEM OF GROWTH (INVOLVING CREDIT, PUBLIC FINANCE, TRADE, INVESTMENT ASPECTS).

PREREQUISITE: ECONOMICS 304K AND 304L WITH A GRADE OF AT LEAST C- IN EACH.

SAME AS LAS 355 (TOPIC 1) , URB 351 (TOPIC 1).

Course description Latin America & the Caribbean (LAC), more than any other region, has been and continues to be a laboratory for economic theories, ideologies, and strategies. This has been a mixed blessing, at best, for residents of the region. However, those who seek to understand the determinants of economic performance and development find here an abundance of raw material. LAC economies are today part legacy and part dynamic reshaping of intellectual and political influences (some indigenous, others imported). In this course, current circumstances in the economies of Latin America & the Caribbean prompt us to ask how such things arise and where they might lead. The principal objective of the graded assignments in this course is to enable your engagement with the scholarly literature on LAC economies - that is, to learn how to learn from relevant experts. Secondary course objectives include deepening your understanding of the region's economies, exercising your talents in information retrieval and processing, and sharpening your writing skills. Your grade in this course will depend principally on your success in accessing, understanding, and communicating (in writing) scholarly debates or issues of relevance to the economies of LAC.

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