Development Economics Notes
These were the essays I wrote in the development economics paper during my first undergraduate year in Cambridge. Topics include the relation between education and fertility, as well as informal lending in developing countries. The essays were part of the supervision work, where your supervisor sets an essay topic and are usually around 1500 words in length.
|Institution||University Of Cambridge (unaffiliated)|
Reviews Of Our Notes
“The best place to start your readings as you can build a basic infrastructure out of them, rather than blindly dive into pages and pages.” Student, University of Oxford
“I have found the Oxbridge notes to be a really effective aid to my revision, they were thorough, up to date and relevant to my subjects, and were the main contributing factors to my exam success, very powerful tool.” Student, University of Manchester
“No unnecessary information... Oxbridge Notes cut to the chase and are more than sufficient to do well in exams.” University of Southampton, Singapore
Included inside this Development Economics revision package
Blue text indicates links to free sample(s):
Total Page Count: 8
Due to formatting differences between document viewing software packages (Libreoffice, OpenOffice, MSOffice, Mac Preview etc.), you might count about 10% more or less pages.
Advantages Of Development Economics Notes
- Save Time! Why waste your precious time rewriting textbooks or typing out your old notes when instead you can instantly download a set of Word documents with everything you need. You'll spend less time writing and more time studying for exams -- leading to better grades overall.
- Focused On Exams! Textbooks, whilst great learning resources, sometimes give too much detail. By comparison our notes will have no less and no more than what you need to make the grade.
- Improve Your Grades! Our high quality and accurate notes from Oxford and Cambridge's brightest students will serve as superb guides for helping you on your path to getting a first. You'll see what top students take note of, and just as importantly, what they leave out.
Special Offer: Economics Bundle
Get great value by buying the Economics Bundle instead.
This pack includes: British Economic History, Development Economics, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Political Aspects of British Economics, and Statistics and Econometrics. The price for these bought separately would be £101.70, but we're offering a sale discount price of £37.95