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|ECO 100 - Politicl Economy Social Issues|
Political Economy Of Social Issues
Note: Cannot be used in the economics major.
This course emphasizes the impact of historical context, social and cultural factors, and institutions on economic outcomes. In this course students use the political economy approach to analyze economic and social issues such as gambling in Connecticut, collective bargaining in baseball, building market economies in Eastern Europe, and environmental protection.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Economics & Finance Department
GER IVB-Eco/PoliSci/Geography, Public Policy Skill Courses, LAC T1SS-Social Science
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