3-0-9
U
Instructor: Victoria Del Campo

This course introduces undergraduates to the political economy of international economic development planning, using an applied, quantitative approach. Why has development taken place in some countries but not in others?

TR (2:30-4:00) 4-149
3-0-9
U
Instructor: Yu-Hung Hong

Policy makers and analysts around the world are facing difficult policy decisions everyday.  For instance, should informal settlements in a city center be relocated to the urban fringe?  If not, what are the alternatives?  If so, would the relocation project make

MW (12:30-2:00) 9-450A
3-0-6
H
Instructor: Albert Saiz

Presents a theory of comparative differences in international housing outcomes.

MW (9:30-11:00) 9-354
3-0-9
U
Instructor: Yu-Hung Hong

Examines how to adequately and effectively attend to public sector responsibilities for basic services with limited financial and human resources, particularly in the context of rapid population growth as well as shrinkage.

T (2:00-5:00) 9-450B
3-0-9
U/G

Studies the interaction between law, courts, and social movements in shaping domestic and global public policy. Examines how groups mobilize to use law to affect change and why they succeed and fail.

TR (11:00-12:30) 9-450B
3-0-6
H
Instructor: Albert Saiz

Presents a theory of comparative differences in international housing outcomes.

MW (9:30-11:00) 9-354
3-0-6
H
Instructor: Reinhard Goethert

Considers a new interdisciplinary paradigm of practice that regards dialogue among practitioners and users essential for efficacious and creative design and planning process. Focuses on non-traditional client groups: communities, the poor, and the generally excluded middle-income.

3-0-6
G
Instructor: Susan Murcott

Focuses on disseminating water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) innovations in developing countries, especially among underserved communities. Structured around field-based learning, case studies, lectures and videos.

TR (9:30-11:00) 1-132
G
Instructor: Susan Murcott

Principles of infrastructure planning in developing countries, with a focus on appropriate and sustainable technologies for water and sanitation. Incorporates technical, socio-cultural, public health, and economic factors into the planning and design of water and sanitation systems.

T (3:00-6:00) E25-117
3-0-9
H
Instructor: Karen R. Polenske

Surveys theories of regional growth, factor mobility, clustering, industrial restructuring, learning regions, and global supply chains from a political-economy perspective.

R (2:00-5:00) 9-451
3-0-9
H
Instructor: Yu-Hung Hong

Policy makers and analysts around the world are facing difficult policy decisions everyday.  For instance, should informal settlements in a city center be relocated to the urban fringe?  If not, what are the alternatives?  If so, would the relocation project make

MW (12:30-2:00) 9-450A
3-0-9
H
Instructor: Yu-Hung Hong

Examines how to adequately and effectively attend to public sector responsibilities for basic services with limited financial and human resources, particularly in the context of rapid population growth as well as shrinkage.

T (2:00-5:00) 9-450B
3-0-9
G

Examines the interaction between law, courts, and social movements in shaping domestic and global public policy. Examines how groups mobilize to use law to affect change and why they succeed and fail.

TR (11:00-12:30) 9-450B
2-2-8
H
Instructor: Balakrishnan Rajagopal, Miloon Kothari

Combines state of the art research on evictions and displacement globally, in the context of the global crisis of evictions and land grabbing, with the state of the art policy and practice on responses to displacement.

W (5:00-7:00) 9-451
3-0-6
H
Instructor: Bish Sanyal

This course is intended for MCP students preparing to conduct international field research. The class will introduce the basics of field research, including different types of data collection and qualitative data analysis techniques.

M (3:00-5:00) 5-232