If he is interested in a heterodox approach to development maybe he
should think about Canada. In Europe all I can think of is seeing
where Ha Joon Chang is (he was at Cambridge). But, since he is from
Africa, maybe the SOAS, University of London, would be a better fit.
If he wants an orthodox development program he can probably get a dart
board and throw somewhere and go. It is going to be the same, which is
to say it will be about anything but development, even though it will
be labelled development.
Greetings AFEE Colleagues,
> I have a student interested in pursuing a graduate degree - his biggest
> interest is in economic development, but would be flexible. He is
> interested studying in the United States or Europe. He is an Econ &
> Finance major with a minor in mathematics.
> I thought I would ask the group for suggestions. Growing up in Zimbabwe
> and Italy, he is motivated to address real world problems - and is open to
> a heterodox or critical perspective. Here is a recent article about some
> of the work he has done.
> Eric Hake
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