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Introduction to International Economics in Latin America

Present characteristics and development in LATAM

overview

Today, the Latin American region is in a particular dynamic, where growth and development go hand in hand with economic, social, and environmental phenomena. This course fosters an understanding of the current Latin American context, involves analyzing these elements, and identifies the present characteristics in terms of geography, migration, trade, among many others present in the region's countries. All these elements will be addressed integrally through case studies to develop a clear idea of the current reality of Latin American countries.

Code

ECON 3403

language

English

terms

Fall, Spring, Summer II

credit

3 credits / 48 contact hours

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