ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT MACROECONOMICS: EMPIRICAL RESEARCH
Martina Viarengo - EI084 - Fall 2021
The objective of this course is to provide students with an in-depth coverage of the most relevant topics in Development Macroeconomics. The topics covered include economic growth and inequality, poverty traps, institutions and the emerging field of culture.
This course will also explore empirical methods used to rigorously measure the impact of the determinants of economic growth and long-run development. Students will be provided with a comprehensive overview of both fundamental and state-of-the-art empirical tools and methodologies.
Classes are interactive. They consist of lectures, presentations and critical discussions of selected articles that cover leading research issues, which are at the frontier, in Development Macroeconomics.
A provisional syllabus will be available soon.