ECON 3880 African Economies

This course provides students with an understanding of the crucial role of culture and tradition in shaping the economic evolution of African nations. It is intended for undergraduate majors and minors in African Studies, Black Americana Studies, Economics, Environmental Studies, international business and other undergraduate students interested in comparative economic and cross-cultural issues focused on Africa. Prerequisite: ECON 1070, 1080, 2010, or 2020.

EC388: E-Learning Course Login

Fall 2011: EC388 Course Syllabus

Group Project Guide

Class: 9:30am Groups

Class: 11:00am Groups

Final Econ 3880 Study Guide for Test 3

Lecture Powerpoint Slides (Todaro, 11th Edition)

Supplement (Reccomended Reading)
Nnadozie Chapter 2&3 Overview of African Development
Nnadozie Chapter 8 Implications of Ethnic Diversity
Nnadozie Chapter 11 Democracy and Development
Nnadozie Chapter 14 Corruption and Development

Can Africa Claim the 21st Century?

(A World Bank Report 2000)