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Undergraduate

EH220 Comparative Economic Development of Russia, India and Japan - introductory course for second year undergraduates, normally taken by c.60-70 students per year

EH325 Japanese Economic Development, from Imperialism to High Speed Growth - special subject in modern Japanese economic history taken by third year undergraduates in economic history. Numbers normally 10-15.

HY235 Modernity and the State in East Asia: China , Japan and Korea since 1840 - course for second year undergraduates with a large Japanese component


Postgraduate

HY461 East Asia in the Age of Imperialism, 1839-1945 - new course for master's students

EH423 Japan and Korea as Developing Economies - optional half-unit course for MSc students, normally taken by 20-30 students


Address Suntory and Toyota International Centres for
Economics and Related Disciplines
London School of Economics and Political Science
Houghton Street
London WC2A 2AE

Departments of Economic History and International History (address as above)
Telephone (0)20-7955-6699
(STICERD)
(0)20-7955-7071
(Economic History)
(0)20-7955-7923
(International History)
Fax (0)20-7955-6951
(STICERD)
School E-mail address sticerd@lse.ac.uk
j.e.hunter@lse.ac.uk
a.best@lse.ac.uk
m.s.manger@lse.ac.uk
Website http://sticerd.lse.ac.uk/_new/