Hosted by the University of Oxford, Our World in Data explains global issues using interactive graphs. This page on their site has slide presentations on five topics including extreme poverty and population growth. They can either be downloaded in Powerpoint format, or viewed online: in the latter case, the included graphs are fully interactive, allowing the reader to jump back and forth along a timeline, for example.
Lecture Slides in Development Economics
The "Public resources" tab links to lecture slides and problem sets from this 2017/18 course based on Debraj Rai's "Development Economics". Topics include Economic inequality, the Lewis Model, the Harrod-Domar Model, and Land markets and tenancy,
This page collects PDF-format slide shows from presentations given by Rodrik. Topics include "Is the Nation State the Enemy of Global Equality?", "Has Sustained Growth Decoupled from Industralization?" "Industrial Policy and the European Union", and "The Why and How of Growth Diagnostics." The slides have enough text to be read as self-contained lessons.
Twelve video lectures and accompnying slides, plus detailed reading list and problem sets from the first half of a 2013 undergraduate course. Topics include "migration, modernization, and technological change; static and dynamic models of political economy; the dynamics of income distribution and institutional change; firm structure in developing countries; development, transparency, and functioning of financial markets; privatization; and banks and credit market institutions in emerging markets." The videos can be downloaded from the Internet Archive or from iTunesU.
Lecture slides, extensive reading list, syllabus and exams from a Spring 2016 course that "examines alternative conceptions and theoretical underpinnings of sustainable development."
Course handbook and PDF lecture slides from a Spring 2014 course
PowerPoint presentation on economic theories of development.
From an archived graduate-level course taught in 2002, this MIT OpenCourseWare site includes PDF-format lecture slides, a reading list and syllabus.