Women and Development
This course at the University of Oregon examines WID, GAD, the Third World, development, empowerment, and patriarchy and suggests readings for critical perspectives on theoretical concepts.
Women and International Development
This interdisciplinary course from Colorado State University draws from history, economics, politic science, anthropology, sociology and international relations to look at international development from a gender perspective.
Inequality and Development in a Globalizing World
This course at the John Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, Bologna examines the effects of global markets on development and the role of global economic institutions such as the Bank and Fund in addressing unequal opportunity.
Global Capitalism Since 1920
The second half of this Swarthmore College economics course investigates the global governance after World War II and considers each continent in separate weeks with separate readings.