This course introduces students to conceptual and theoretical constructs and empirical study of inclusive development. Specifically, this entails discussion of conceptualisations of poverty, inequality, insecurity and policy responses with reference to emerging economies. Students will engage with key debates in inclusive development with reference to emerging economies including: defining inclusive development, understanding inequality, the meaning and measurement of extreme and moderate income and multi-dimensional poverty; the meaning and measurement of insecurity and vulnerability, contemporary trends and patterns in inclusive development and causes of persistent poverty, insecurity and inequalities; and the nature of the emergence of a precarious “new middle” and debates on inclusive development and social policy.
Please note module information is indicative and may change from year to year.
Ten weeks of two- hour workshops
Module assessment - more information
A two-hour seen examination (100%)