ASIAN ECONOMIES

Examines economic development and current economic structure, along with major policy issues (domestic plus vis-a-vis the US), in some of the principal economies of Asia, focusing on those in East Asia but including at least one South Asian country as well. This course may be counted toward a concentration in Public Policy as well as a program in Asian Studies.



DISCLAIMER:

Appearing below are links to the course materials (syllabi, paper assignments, and exams) used for the course in the Spring of 2000, 2002, and 2004. These are to give students who might be thinking about taking the course some idea of its content and conduct, the general nature of which is unchanging. However, the specifics of the syllabus change every time the course is taught, this to maintain its timeliness and to realize continuing improvement.

PAST COURSE MATERIALS

Spring 2004

Spring 2002

Spring 2000


SOME EXTRAMURAL LINKS

Access Asia

Asian Studies Organizations and Asia WWW Resources Links

Asian and Global Crisis Homepage by Nouriel Boubini

The Association for Asian Studies

Korea Economic Institute Home Page

 

GENERAL, BUT STILL RELEVANT LINKS

Center for International Development at Harvard University (CID)

Trends in Developing Economies

The World Bank Group


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