Industry, Trade and Development MSc - Manchester - Greater Manchester - University of Manchester - I21682

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Industry, Trade and Development MSc

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  • Objectives
    -convey a variety of analytic perspectives on contemporary trade policy, industrial development, globalisation and their trajectories; -encourage participants to think critically about issues of industrialisation, trade and industrial policy, global financial institutions and their developmental consequences; -enhance the skills of policy makers and would-be policy makers in policy formulation and the management of the industrialisation process; -provide the intellectual infrastructure and analytical tools for research into industrialisation, trade and related fields in the developing world;
  • Entry requirements
    Entry requirements: Applicants should have a good first degree (minimum 2:1 or equivalent) in a relevant discipline from an approved university. Admission of candidates who do not meet this criterion may be approved if satisfactory evidence of postgraduate study, research or professional experience can be provided.
  • Academic title
    Industry, Trade and Development MSc
  • Course description
    Special features

    An overseas field visit is an integral part of the programme. In the past, students have visited Bangladesh, India, the Philippines, or Mexico. The cost of the visit is included in the programme fee. In addition, participants may undertake research visits to government and non-government agencies as well as other universities within the UK.

    Module details

    Core course units typically include:

    -Economic Development;
    -Research Skills for Economic Development

    and

    -Trade Policy and Development
    -Global institutions, Trade Rules and Industrialisation
    -Industrial Competitiveness
    -Industrialisation in Developing Countries

    The remaining optional course units may include:

    -Public Sector Reform and Management
    -Economic Analysis of the Public Sector
    -ICTs and Socio-Economic Development
    -Issues in Development Finance
    -International Finance for Development.
    -Growth Development and Economic Transformation
    -Transformation in the World Economy

    Availability of optional units may vary from year to year

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