Governance, Economics and Development (LUC), 2015-2016

Wrenching poverty, global inequality, violent political and ethnic strife, dead-locked unresponsive or even collapsing governments, growing dissatisfaction with democracy, missed opportunities for innovation, or warnings of impending environmental and social catastrophes going unheeded are merely some of the challenges of governance and development with which our programme aims to teach students to critically engage.

The BSc in Governance, Economics, and Development (GED) brings together knowledge from multiple disciplines to train students to begin their own journey to understanding the origins, challenges in alleviating, and possible solutions to these challenges, while training students in fundamental skills of clear writing, rigorous analysis, and state-of-the-art qualitative and quantitative research tools and methods.

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100-level

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