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L750 Seminar in Law & Development

Description Selected topics that we will address in the seminar will include history of development theory, the impact of policies set by international agencies such as the World Bank and IMF on developing nations, the role and position of women in developing countries, cultural conflicts between traditional culture of developing nations and western liberal culture. (2 cr.)

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Fall 2009 - 2010Seminar in Law & Development (syllabus)Istrabadi, F.