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ECO 345 Political-Economy of Iraq 3 Credits

An examination of the economic, political and social forces at work in Iraq with emphasis on the post-2002 period. Major topics include petroleum production and transport, corruption, education and other forms of human capital accumulation in an Islamic state, the agricultural transition, the rural-urban divergence, the economic impact of the ongoing conflict, unemployment and underemployment, poverty and population, the economic and political role of the state owned enterprises, entrepreneurship and the informal economy, traditional banking and micro-finance, and the inconsistencies between current political and economic development policies. concludes with a discussion of the possible futures for the Iraqi economy.
Prerequisites: ECO 303 or (ECO 105 and ECO 119)

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