ECO 325 - Asian Markets in Transition (3)


China's economy has grown more rapidly than any other nation's over the last three decades. In this course, students will explore the dynamism of China's recent economic transformations, and the implications of this rise on national, regional, and global networks of exchange. Furthermore, throughout the semester we will address fundamental questions about China's capitalist marketplace, how institutions and institutional change currently influences economic development, and the challenges China's economy faces in the context of Chinese society.  China is not, however, the only nation we will explore. Instead, in the first half of the semester we will compare and contrast China and India's rise as global economic powers, and in the second half, we examine economies of Asian nations other than China and India.

Offered odd spring terms.


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