Please Note: We are currently updating the course syllabi section of our website. The syllabi will be fully available again after June 1, 2020.

The following course syllabi have been submitted by URPE members in the interest of supporting the development of radical political economics.

n.b.: La segunda sección tiene algunos programas de estudios en español.

NOTE: Following the main section there is a short section with a few syllabi in Spanish.

Comparative Economic Systems

Development – see Growth, Development and Technological Change below

Economic History

Environmental and Ecological Economics


Gender, Race and Discrimination

(Note: The International Association for Feminist Economics (IAFFE) has a collection of syllabi from people in their associatoin for gender-related courses at If you have any questions on any of these syllabi, or would like to send them your syllabi for gender-related courses or courses from a feminist perspective, please email contact them at

Growth, Development and Technological Change

Health Economics

History of Economic Thought


International Economics and Globalization

Introduction to Economics

(this category is for introductions for undergraduates to Economics that are not intended as introductions to Macro or Micro (those being in their corresponding categories below), and hence generally not intended as introductions to “the field of economics,” which requires teaching about what is taught in mainstream courses even if to reject it. These are intended, as labeled, to introduce people to the way the actual capitalist economy we live in works.  As such, they could go in the category of “Political Economy, Radical Economics, Heterodox Economics, …” below (as noted there), but are separated out here for their use in teaching a particular type of introductory course …)


Macroeconomics, Money and Banking


National (and Regional) Economies (other than the U.S.)

Political Economy, Radical Economics and Heterodox Economics, Methodology

(see also the category “Introduction to Economics” above)

Poverty and Inequality

Race- see “Gender, Race and Discrimination”

Urban and Regional Economics (sub-national)


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