Results for Keyword "development"

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Description: Territories of Poverty Conference SEPTEMBER 14-15, 2012 | Blum Hall Plaza, University of California, Berkeley Conference Directors: Ananya Roy and Emma Shaw Crane Conference Location: Blum Center...
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Description:               Alice Agogino: Trailblazer in Mechanical Engineering By Tamara Straus (© 2015 Blum Center for Developing Economies) When historians get around to...
Description: September 16: Archaeology, Food Diversity, and Long-Term Sustainability of Human Societies Lecture | September 16 | 4-6 p.m. | Kroeber Hall, 221 (Gifford Room) Speaker: Junko Habu, Professor,...
Description:               Beyond the Beautiful Forevers: What Works for Tackling Poverty? Friday, September 25 | 3:00 PM | Banatao Auditorium, Sutardja Dai Hall Entrenched...
Description: Fall 2015 On the Same Page: Behind the Beautiful Forevers On the Same Page gives new students (and everyone else!) at Cal something to talk about. This year, we're all on the same page reading...
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Description: Deadly Modernity: The Environmental Crisis Behind Mongolia's Swift Development March 10-11 | 180 Doe Library March 10: 4:00-6:30 PM March 11: 9:00 AM-6:30 PM Headlines have been made regarding the...

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Architecture
City and Regional Planning
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Introduction to international housing from the Architectural and City Planning perspective. Housing issues (social, cultural, and policy) ranging from micro-scale (house) to macro-scale (city)...
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Gender and Women's Studies
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An introduction to women and gender in "development." Addresses theories of "development" (modernization, demographic transition, dependency, world systems, post-development, postcolonial, and...
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Economics
Environmental Economics & Policy
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Theories of externalities and public goods applied to pollution and environmental policy. Trade-off between production and environmental amenities. Assessing nonmarket value of environmental...
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Sociology
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This course studies the interaction between society and technologies in a comparative and multicultural perspective. Some topics covered include the relationship between technology and human...