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About the MSc programme

This programme is offered by the Department of Economic History, but it is taught jointly with the Department of International Development. Drawing on the research expertise and practical experience of the each department, this integrated programme uses techniques of long-run growth analysis to inform modern approaches to development policy and practice.

The MSc Political Economy of Late Development combines in-depth analyses of historical patterns of growth, explorations of concrete development problems – and policy responses to them – and regional courses that draw on theory and empirical evidence to appraise development processes and outcomes in Africa, Asia and Latin America. It provides an integrated, comparative assessment of current







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