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Onderwijsactiviteiten - prof.dr. EHP (Ewout) Frankema

RHI-10506 Introduction to International Development Studies (BA Int. Dev. Studies)
Social Science Group, Wageningen University
Period 1: 2012, 2013, 2014
Introduction into the key themes of international development studies, confronting the major theoretical approaches to real-world developments. The course analyses global development themes from a historical perspective.

RHI-10806 Economics and Governance in Historical Perspective (BA Econ. & Governance)
Social Science Group, Wageningen University
Period 1: 2012, 2013, 2014
Introduction into the key developments in European economic growth and policy since 1945, focusing on how the development of the European Union, the Bretton Woods system, and the design of European agricultural and environmental policies have affected post-war economic growth in Europe and the Netherlands.

Colonialism and Development in Comparative Perspective  (MA History)
Department of History and Art History, Utrecht University
Period 3: 2010, 2012, 2013
A Master-thesis writing tutorial that guides students in the selection of a topic and prepares them for thesis-writing. Thematically the tutorial focuses on long-run comparative paths of socio-economic and political development in former European colonies in Asia, Africa and Latin America (1492-2000).

Collapse? Balancing Growth with Scarcity  (BA History)
Department of History and Art History, Utrecht University
Period 3: 2011, 2012, 2013
The transition from pre-industrial to industrial societies has significantly increased the impact of human societies on the environment. However, the tensed relation between man and the environment is not just a recent phenomenon. For thousands of years human societies have exploited limited natural resources to produce food and obtain fuel, fibres and building materials. This course explores specific historical cases as well as long-term global developments in the relation between people and the environment.

Introduction to World History  (BA History)
Department of History and Art History, Utrecht University
Period 4: 2012
General introduction into the key themes and debates of world history, 1000-2000 AD.

Wealth and Poverty in the Americas  (MA History)
Department of History and Art History, Utrecht University
Period 2-3: 2010, 2011
The repressive and extractive features of Spanish colonial rule, in contrast to the cooperative and liberal features of British colonial rule, have long been taken as the conventional explanation for the ‘reversal of fortune’ in the American hemisphere. In recent years this view has been attacked by scholars arguing that Spanish institutions were different, but not necessarily ‘inferior’, nor ‘bad’ for growth. In this research seminar students review the academic debate, the hypotheses and the available evidence to gain a deeper understanding of the historical determinants of global inequality.

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RHI-80424 MSc Thesis Economic & Environmental History
RHI-80436 MSc Thesis Economic & Environmental History
RHI-70424 MSc Internship Economic & Environmental History
ENR-31803 Economics of Democracy and Dictatorship
RHI-70224 MSc Internship Economic & Environmental History
RHI-79224 MSc Research Practice Economic & Environmental History
RHI-79324 MSc Research Economic & Environmental History
RHI-10506 Introduction to International Development Studies
CPT-57302 Food Security and Sustainability: Food Access
YSS-81312 BSc Thesis Economics and Governance
YSS-83312 BSc Thesis Economics of Development
RHI-30306 Rethinking Economics for the Real World
FPH-21306 History of Food Production
SDC-36306 Perspectives and Themes in International Development Studies
PPS-31306 Global Food Security