SemesterFall Semester, 2019
DepartmentThe International Master Program of Applied Economics and Social Development (IMES) , First Year The International Master Program of Applied Economics and Social Development (IMES) , Second Year
Course NameEconomics of Human Capital
InstructorCHUANG YIH-CHYI
Credit3.0
Course TypeElective
Prerequisite
Course Objective
Course Description
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週次



Week



課程主題



Course Theme



課程內容與指定閱讀



Content and Reading Assignment



教學活動與作業



Activity and Homework



學習投入時數



Estimated time devoted to coursework per week



課堂講授



Lecture Hours



課程前後



Preparation Time



1



The role of human resources in economic development



See the corresponding reading list



lectures, in-class discussion and presentation



3.0



4.5



2



The role of human resources in economic development



See the corresponding reading list



lectures, in-class discussion and presentation



3.0



4.5



3




  1. Population



See the corresponding reading list



lectures, in-class discussion and presentation



3.0



4.5



4




  1. Population



See the corresponding reading list



lectures, in-class discussion and presentation



0.0



0.0



5



2. Labor employment and reallocation



See the corresponding reading list



lectures, in-class discussion and presentation



3.0



4.5



6



2. Labor employment and reallocation



See the corresponding reading list



lectures, in-class discussion and presentation



3.0



4.5



7



3. Education and Training



See the corresponding reading list



lectures, in-class discussion and presentation



3.0



4.5



8



3. Education and Training



See the corresponding reading list



lectures, in-class discussion and presentation



3.0



4.5



9



3. Education and Training



See the corresponding reading list



lectures, in-class discussion and presentation



3.0



4.5



10



4. Entrepreneurship



See the corresponding reading list



lectures, in-class discussion and presentation



3.0



4.5



11



4. Entrepreneurship



See the corresponding reading list



lectures, in-class discussion and presentation



3.0



4.5



12



5. Nutrition and Health



See the corresponding reading list



lectures, in-class discussion and presentation



3.0



4.5



13



5. Nutrition and Health



See the corresponding reading list



lectures, in-class discussion and presentation



3.0



4.5



14



6. Women



See the corresponding reading list



lectures, in-class discussion and presentation



3.0



4.5



15



6. Women



See the corresponding reading list



lectures, in-class discussion and presentation



3.0



4.5



16



7. The impact of globalization on human capital accumulation



See the corresponding reading list



lectures, in-class discussion and presentation



3.0



4.5



17



7. The impact of globalization on human capital accumulation



See the corresponding reading list



lectures, in-class discussion and presentation



3.0



4.5



18



Term paper writing



instruction and guidance



paper writing



3.0



4.5




 


Teaching Methods
Teaching Assistant

None


Requirement/Grading

No prerequisite is required for the course. There will be in-class discussion, short article presentation, and a final term paper. Semester grade is determined by the short-article presentation (40%), and final term paper (60%). Extra bonus will also be given for creative class discussion, and regular class attendance is expected and will be taken into account in the final grading.



 


Textbook & Reference

Suggested textbook



Meier, G.M. and J. E. Rauch (MR), 2000, Leading Issues in Economic Development, Seven Edition, New York, Oxford University Press.


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