This course is an introduction to the study of the long-run cultural, institutional
and technological determinants of economic and political development. The
approach is empirical, statistical and historical, that is, we will: study real-world
patterns instead of grand theories; employ statistical methods instead of narratives;
use events and contexts from the past to explain contemporary outcomes.
The topics covered include the legacy of European colonisation; the effects of
technological innovation and globalisation; the interplay between religion and
development. Cross-country evidence and case studies from China, India, and
Germany, among others, will be examined.
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