ECON 3410 World Economic History
4 semester hours
A study of the comparative historical development of the world’s regions that examines why some countries have developed while others have not. Considers cultural and geographical factors as well as the central role of institutions; different forms of institutions, such as social norms, laws, and regulations; and their effect on economic behavior and performance. Uses models, data and primary sources to understand history.
Prerequisite: ECON 1050 .