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BEE3052 Development Economics

Really interesting module, notes are really detailed. Headings and subheadings from the lecture powerpoint so easy to follow, during lectures or for revision later on. Obtained a 71% in the essay and 79% in the written exam.

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Role of institutions

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Introduction to development economics Part 1 - the facts World bank development report Banerjee and Duflo 2007 (in great detail) Part 2- Determinism and History Institutions and Scope for action, Under the thumb of history? Banerjee and Duflo (2013) Economic determinism Cultural determinism No det...

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Persistent poverty, Market Failure, Coordination and Poverty Traps

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Main points: persistence of poverty Evidence of persistence of poverty Growth theory - poverty traps Kremer's complementarity model Behavioural Traps New technologies, increasing returns Status Quo bias

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Credit Markets in Developing Countries

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Credit in Nepal - Besley et al 2001 The theory Stylized facts Banerjee and Duflo Macro-level evidence of transaction costs Enforcement problems Moral Hazards Possible policies Rajan and Zingales 1998 Other issues with credit

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Microfinance and Digital money

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Intro to topic Social capital Microfinance Solving adverse selection Solving moral hazard Solving enforcement - Beasley-Coate Does Microfinance work? Joint liability Group lending Digital money M-Pesa

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Early interventions, Health and Education

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Intro to Health Early-life malaria exposure and adult outcomes Eradication of malaria in Sri Lanka and Paraguay - Lucas 2010 Deworming - Baird et al 2006

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Topics in microeconomics of development

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Health and education - motivation - world development report 2004 - clinical interactions - remedying education - peer effects, teacher incentives and impact of tracking - mosquito/bed nets study Gender inequality - intro - education and health - employment - gender based violence - early marriage ...

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Corruption

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Types of corruption factors that facilitate corruption effects of corruption on growth and broader development political lending in Pakistan Summary statistics Reinikka and svensson 2004 schools and education in Uganda

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