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Introduction to International Development (I2ID), 2017:

April 12 − July 19, 2 credits
GSID Common
Wednesdays, from 13:00 to 14:30
Auditorium, 8th floor, GSID building


Course Managers and Teaching Assistant
  • USAMI Koichi
  • ITO Sanae (until May 2017)
  • OKADA Isamu (from June 2017)

Objectives
This course will introduce overall framework and essential ideas of International Development and Cooperation with interdisciplinary approach. Participants in this GSID common course are expected to acquire wider knowledge and overview of international development study. Disciplines and crucial issues of International Development will be explained by instructors from six programs, and help participants open up perspectives on International Development.

Schedule
Date Class Class Title Instructor(s)

April 12

Class 1

(1) Introduction
(2) Orientation: schedule, management and grading etc.

Usami and Ito

April 19

Class 2

An Introduction to International Development Studies

Ito

April 26

Class 3

An Introduction to Development Economics

Otsubo

May 10

Class 4

An Introduction to Development Politics: Politics of Creating Social Order

Kusaka

May 17

Class 5

Peacebuilding in Connection with Development

Nishikawa

May 24

Class 6

The UN Collective Security

Yamagata

May 31

Class 7

Women's Empowerment: Visualizing Care and Domestic Work

Ohashi

June 7

Class 8

Economic Globalization and the Development of International Economic Law

Ishikawa

June 14

Class 9

TBA

A.Okada

June 21

Class 10

Education for Development and Social Change

Yamada

June 28

Class 11

Sources of Economic Development in Japan

Fujikawa

July 5

Class 12

Contribution of Agricultural Economics to Rural Development: Limitation and Challenges

Usami

July 12

Class 13

Inequality in Rural Areas and Food Security of Households and Individuals

Ueda

July 19

Class 14

Wrap-up session: Panel Discussion

 

Texts & References

Requirements
  1. Students will read assigned articles before each class, and actively
    participate in class discussion.
  2. Students will submit comment papers on each class by the next class.

Evaluation
  • Class participation and comment papers.
  • Grading policy will be explained in the first class.

Note
  1. For more details, please see GSID Syllabus.

 

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