International Development Project Planning

URPL-GP.2652, 3 points.

Semester: Fall


Projects are key instruments of development administration in developing countries and a widely used modality of international development assistance. The course will focus on public investment projects, with emphasis on urban and rural infrastructure and introduce students to the management of the project cycle, the logical framework approach to project planning and the techniques of financial and economic appraisal of investment projects, including risk analysis and the assessment of distributional effects and impact on poverty.


CORE-GP.1018, CORE-GP.1021; NONCR-GP.0933 recommended

Semester Instructor Syllabus Link
Fall 2014Leonardo G. RomeoSyllabus
Fall 2013Leonardo G. RomeoSyllabus
Fall 2012Leonardo G. RomeoSyllabus
Fall 2011Leonardo G. RomeoSyllabus
Fall 2010Leonardo G. RomeoSyllabus
Fall 2009Leonardo G. RomeoSyllabus
Fall 2008Syllabus
Semester Instructor Evaluation Link
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Romeo, Leonardo G

Weekly Schedule:
Fri - 2:00 pm to 3:40 pm

Session Dates:
09/02/2015 to 12/15/2015

Bldg:BOBS Room:LL145