Economic and Development Problems in Sub-Saharan Africa. Nicholas Spaull. A little bit about me… Nicholas Spaull I’m a Christian I love to Travel Studied at UKZN / SUN / UCT Economics by profession (PhD...) Education by passion Office: Schumann 202 [email protected]
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3 American credits; 6 ECTS credits
Venue: Schumann 208
Tuesday 10:00 – 11:00
Wednesday 12:00 – 13:00
Thursday 10:00 – 11:00
Attendance & map quiz: 5%
There will be no exam.
**The above is subject to change
No lectures from 29 Feb – 8 March (Week 4.5 and Week 5)
The aim of this course is to get you to think critically about some of the major developmental issues facing Sub-Saharan Africa today.
My marking philosophy…
(9-10) inspired, (7-8) clever and interesting, (5-6) meets expectations, (3-4) below expectations, and (0-2) needs serious improvement.
(Total growth, 2010-15, %)
Lowest GDP per head ($, 2008)