por Gabriel Torrebiarte•
Aug 09, 2018
Dull lectures that are not supported by slides in any meaningful way. Some test questions are about material that was never covered.
por Tomas Hart•
Jan 08, 2018
Interesting topic, not so good speaker. Would like to see more graphic materials following text on the slides.
por Ciaran Parker•
Jan 02, 2018
The material to be covered in this course is vast, and so one needs a professor with an equally vast knowledge of all of this: geographical, historical, and of course economical. Professor Dambrowski provides this. I cannot recommend this course highly enough.
por Jochen Schaefer•
Jul 06, 2017
The videos are sometimes a bit try. The content is interesting, though, and the lectures are easy to follow.
por Jung Won Maite Yang•
Jul 06, 2017
Very good lectures and got a concrete view on transition in emerging market engaging the political background with eco
por Kamolov Fazliddin Abdusamadovich•
Jun 30, 2017
that is a perfect course. i strongly recommend everybody just to take this course. during taking this course you will be aware of transitions processes that took place during the existence of the soviet union and the other socialist states.
por Jashanpreet Singh•
Jan 30, 2017
Excellent explanation and transition overview of how economics are growing. However, I was not from proper economic background and so Faced some difficulties in understanding special terms used such as crawling peg, anchoring etc. Worth it if you can do handwork and have a spark to learn global perspective of emerging market economies .
por David Tercero Lucas•
Oct 02, 2016
I strongly recommend this course due to the fact that I have learnt a lot things about Emerging Market Economies and International Institutions. Even though I am an economist, I can ensure that this course is worth it.
por Gowtham Muthukkumaran T•
Sep 15, 2016
It's a very dry course. The material is very limited and the coverage has to be more lively with some some relevant examples.