Economic and Political Development (EPD)

Economic and Political Development Curriculum

The EPD curriculum provides students with a broad understanding of the processes of economic, political and social change in the developing world, and of the global and national commitments reflected in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals. Students develop a variety of skills in policy analysis, program planning, monitoring and evaluation, and management, as well as in focused competencies in practice areas such as financial inclusion, small business and social enterprise development, corporate social responsibility, gender and development, education and health policy, sustainable development, post-conflict reconstruction and governance. 

Contact Us

José Antonio Ocampo, Professor of Professional Practice in International and Public Affairs
Concentration Co-Director
IAB room 1315

Eugenia McGill, Senior Lecturer in Discipline
Concentration Co-Director; EPD Workshop Director
IAB room 1305b

Ilona Vinklerova
EPD Concentration Manager
IAB room 1305