International Development and Humanitarian Action

Deepen your understanding of international institutions. How these entities have influenced policy, been advocates for change, and engaged politically will help you to develop your knowledge of how these institutions are a force for positive change in the world.

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PADM-GP.2201, Institutions, Governance, and International Development
EXEC-GP.2201, Institutions, Governance, and Public Sector Reform
PADM-GP.2202, Politics of International Development
PADM-GP.2203, Economics of International Development
PADM-GP.2204, Development Assistance, Accountability and Aid Effectiveness
PADM-GP.2311, Impact Investing
URPL-GP.2652, Urban Infrastructure Project Planning
PADM-GP.4217, Accountability in Humanitarian Assistance
PADM-GP.4250, Hunger and Food Security in a Global Perspective
URPL-GP.4665, Decentralized Development Planning and Policy Reform in Developing Countries Open configuration options

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Rajeev Dehejia

Professor of Public Policy and Economics; Associate Dean, Academic Affairs; Director of Policy Specialization; Codirector, Development Research Institute
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David Hong

MPA in Public & Nonprofit Management & Policy
David Hong
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