Mexican Economic History courses online

Diego Rivera's Pan American Unity mural, Panel 3, City College of San Francisco.

Diego Rivera's Pan American Unity mural, Panel 3, City College of San Francisco.

I have finished the last details of the website for the Mexican Economic History course  at UNAM, of which I am a teaching assistant. Here is part I and here is part II. I’m pretty sure the bibliography in the course is a neat overview of recent economic history in this country.

By the way, here’s an article published in the Washington Poston about rising unequality in the USA by Gregory Clark, Professor of Economics at UC Davis and author of A Farewell to Alms. A Brief Economic History of the World.

2 Responses to Mexican Economic History courses online

  1. Ben says:

    Neat site Manuel, hope the teaching part won’t be too demanding and you’ll be able to do some research and … well, write on the blog now and then.

  2. Manuel Bautista says:

    That’s my hope too!

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