Daniel Gallardo Albarrán teaches several courses emphasizing that current economic, health and social inequalities are the result of historical forces. These subjects are 'The Origins of Global Economic Inequality', 'Health Demography and Global Population Issues' and 'Economics of the environment in long run perspective'. In addition, he supervises BSc and MSc thesis on a broad range of topics and he runs a research internship that gives student the opportunity to explore topics on long-run health issues.
|ENR-32306||Economics of the environment in long run perspective|
|CHL-24306||Health Demography and Global Population Issues|
|RHI-30806||The Origins of Global Economic Inequality|
|RHI-80424||MSc Thesis Economic & Environmental History|