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ECON 3367 American Economic Policy (Fall: 3 )


Course Description

This course allows students the opportunity to apply macroeconomic and microeconomic techniques and models to issues of current importance. Although the choice of topics is based on the interests of the students present, typically the course covers the economic effects of immigration, changes in the minimum wage, negative interest rate policies, fiscal challenges of the federal government, Social Security reform, income inequality, and trade.


Instructor(s): Nancy Kimelman

Prerequisites: Must have successfully completed micro and macro theory, ECON2201 and ECON2202.

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Last Updated: 26-Jul-16