MASTER IN REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Universidad Nacional De Jose C. Paz (UNPAZ)
José C. Paz, Argentina
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The master's degree is a training space oriented to the agendas of economic development, and its challenges, both at the national level and in its articulation with a regional agenda. It is proposed, in the macro of the multiplicity of existing approaches, to provide knowledge that allows knowing and contrasting different economic visions and debates in aspects such as the role of the state and its policy instruments, as well as the different productive, commercial, and financial strategies national and regional integration. It does so from a multidisciplinary approach and especially from a theoretical-practical nature, from delving into specific historical experiences and reflecting on their results.
Within this framework, the following objectives are proposed:
Contribute to the training of high-level resources with capacities to apply the theoretical and empirical knowledge acquired for the development of activities for the design, planning, management, and evaluation of policies, programs, and actions aimed at promoting economic development at the regional level.
Provide methodologies, techniques, and tools of inquiry and quantitative and qualitative for the analysis of economic development processes in the region, through the performance of comparative studies, diagnoses, and evaluation of policies, programs, and projects.
Consolidate an academic space for exchange and reflection on the challenges of economic development in the regional context that contributes to the postgraduate training of professionals prepared for the design of public policy strategies for development.
To train in the knowledge of the main theories, concepts, and relationships necessary to understand and analyze the problems of economic development, from a historical and critical perspective.