Cattedra Enrico Luzzati In Cooperazione E Sviluppo (TO)
Anno accademico 2012/2013
- Codice dell'attività didattica
- Donatella Saccone (Titolare del corso)
- Corso di studi
- [f009-c503] Laurea magistrale in Sviluppo, ambiente e cooperazione - a Torino
- 2° anno
- SSD dell'attività didattica
- SECS-P/02 - politica economica
The course aims to provide the theoretical and technical tools to identify the economic and historical dimensions of development cooperation.
Risultati dell'apprendimento attesi
The student will have to show a good knowledge of the topics and tools taught during the course and to properly manage with them.
3 credits (Dr Donatella Saccone) + 6 credits (Prof. Sanjay G. Reddy)
A) Short review of the main economic and development indicators, the main data sources, and the basic tools to interpret and re-elaborate them. After this part, students will be asked to choose a country and to write a short paper reporting the main economic and development variables with a re-elaboration of them.
B) Introduction to international cooperation and development economics. In particular, a general framework of the main historical phases of international cooperation after the WW II will be provided, in order to show how both the specific problems of each historical period and the development theories of that period have influenced the way of internationally cooperating.
At that point, students should have the general framework to better understand and place in time the development theories that will be explained in details during the second part of the course (6 credits with Prof. Reddy).
C) Introduction to the different cooperation systems and to the tools to read and/or write a development project.
Testi consigliati e bibliografia
The key-readings will be provided at the beginning of the course. The students who will not attend the lectures will have to agree the readings and the textbooks with the lecturers.
THE FIRST PART OF THE COURSE (3 CREDITS – 18 HOURS) WILL START ON WEDNESDAY 17 APRIL AND WILL TERMINATE ON FRIDAY 3 MAY.
THE SECOND PART OF THE COURSE (6 CREDITS – 36 HOURS) WILL START ON MAY 13 AND FINISH ON MAY 31. LECTURES WILL BE HELD IN ROOM F2 CLE FROM MONDAY TO FRIDAY 10-12 AM. ON THUESDAY AFTERNOON A FURTHER LECTURE WILL BE HELD 2-4 PM IN ROOM F2 CLE.