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Teaching method

The course is taught by theory inputs and facilitated discussions. In the second part of the course students apply their knowledge to selected case studies. They are given feedback and further clarification by the instructor.

Course material

The Report on commission for Africa. Department of International Development . Glasgow. Scotland. 2005. Free of charge.
Investing in People. A practical Plan to Achieve Millennium Development Goals. Report to the UN Secretary General. 2005. Free of Charge. UNDP. New York.
Jeffrey Sachs. The End of Poverty. Economic possibilities of Our Time. Penguin Press New York. 2005 $27
Jeffrey D. Sachs. Public Lecture ON Poverty Reduction in the Islamic World. Lessons
From the UN Millennium Project. 2005. Free of Charge.
From Cairo to Lisbon.: The EU and Africa Working together for a New Partnership. Lisbon. 2003
Paul Collier. The Economic causes of Civil Conflict and their Implications for policy. World
Bank. 2000. Free of charge.
Rigged Rules and Double Standards: Trade, globalisation and the fight against poverty. Oxfam 2002 No price is given.
Annual World Bank Conference on Development Economics. Towards pro poor policies, aid, Institutions, and globalisation. Europe 2003 Oxford university Press New York $ 22
Annual World Bank Conference on Development Economics. The New Agenda. 2003. New
York. $ 22.


Evaluation
Examination and assessment method
To be agreed on with the lecturer (written test at the end or during the semester, papers, etc.)

Retake
Any retake of the courses is generally only possible during the period of July 8 – July 31 following the winter term in which the RIBA courses have been taken the first time. Individual arrangements may only be fixed in direct contact between and mutual agreement of the failing students and the responsible lecturer. (Both the academic and institutional coordinators (Prof. Dr. Nagengast and Dr. von Randow) have to be informed.)

Information lecturer
Dr. Martin Owusu

 



 
 
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