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ECON 3341 Microeconomics of Black-White Inequality (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

This course studies the economic causes and consequences of black-white inequality in the US context. Topics of study will include discrimination, crime, schooling, labor market and household behavior. Students will prepare an original research project over the course of the term addressing an empirical question related to racial inequality.


Instructor(s): Andrew Beauchamp

Prerequisites: ECON2228

Cross listed with:

Comments: Enrollment limited; significant writing/research component.


Last Updated: 24-Feb-14