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Political Economy of Institutions and Development
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It was really an amazing course. I like Prof Griffith's approach and his diligence. I have learnt a lot and the course helped me to sharpen my understanding about political economy. Thanks a lot.
It was very engaging with an appropriate mix of qualitative and quantitative. I particularly enjoyed the walk through the great thinkers at week 11.
This course was very interesting and useful to the understanding of the social and economic systems and the global development process.
The course is good although, definitely need to be update because the information provided in it is out of date.
The course was very informative. Topics and research all added lot of knowledge to this title.
It benefited from the course and the flexibility in the timing of exams\n\nThanks a lot
I think is a interesting information but I thing is so theoretical but is very Good
Interesting subject, professional teaching, engaging and flexible approach
Very informative and presented in a simple, easy to follow steps.
Excellent course, delivered in a compelling manner
Is there a book accompanying this course?
The book 'Configuring the World. A critical Political Economy approach' (April 2016) was written by Prof. Richard Griffiths and is available through www.configuringtheworld.com or HIPEresearch.com - $32.49 for a hard cover / $9.99 for an ebook
10% revenues will go to Handicap International for whom his daughter works in West Africa.