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Elective courses provide M.S. candidates advanced training in their chosen field of concentration. First-year M.S. candidates take two electives in addition to their core courses. Second-year candidates devote the majority of their class work to electives, the research practicum, and thesis research.
Elective classes include:
Elective classes include:
  • Development Finance
  • History of Economic Thought
  • Latin American Economic Development
  • Poverty, Inequality, and Wealth
  • Intersecting Inequalities
  • Financial Macroeconomics
  • The Macroeconomics of Hyman Minsky
  • Econometrics: Poverty, Inequality, and Social Science Research

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