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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog
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AGEC 615 - Global Agricultural and Economic Development

Credits: 3

This course covers contemporary challenges in global development, with an emphasis on agricultural issues. Students will analyze problems using economic models, and develop empirical skills by learning key data collection concepts, and working with survey data. Topics include poverty, technology adoption, agricultural policy, health, and program evaluation.

Note
Three hours lecture per week.

Requisites
Prerequisite: AGEC 315 and AGEC 500.
Corequisite: AGEC 501.

Typically Offered
Fall

UGE course
No

K-State 8
Ethical Reasoning and Responsibility
Global Issues and Perspectives


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