- Understanding the major challenges facing developing countries with respect to socioeconomic and environmental sustainability; analysis of diverse
issues of SD in the Global South.
- Ability to analyze the architecture and problems of global and regional governance regarding developing countries. Knowledge of the role of actors at
different levels in the process of designing and implementing SD.
- Understanding of specific issues on economic development and their links to forces of globalization and regionalization such as international trade and
capital flows and immigration.
- Analysis of the impact of power rivalry at the global scale (especially displayed by the rise of China) on developing countries (investment, natural
resource extraction, international trade, and politics linked to those).
- Acquisition of an analytical vision to evaluate the initiatives adopted in / on those countries linked to sustainable development and climate change.
- Acquisition of the ability to analyze new perspectives and models of SD and their limitations encountered in different parts of the Global South, the
multidimensional crises deepened in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- Different trajectories of international finance, institutions, their recent transformations with regard to financing sustainable development in Southern
- Institutions and mechanisms of global governance with respect to international development; international cooperation and its challenges.
- Climate finance and its governance, institutions, agreements, commitments and its credibility.
- Global health and its governance, institutions, agreements, commitments and its credibility.
- Challenges of financing in the context of the COVID crisis that has had substantial and multifaceted impact in developing countries.
- An understanding of the debate on ¿decolonization¿ of aid and development, and its implications on global finances and strategy.