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ECON 2295 International Economic Policy & Political Economy Seminar (Fall/Spring: 1 )

Course Description

This interdisciplinary seminar series focuses on topics of relevance for current economic policymaking, including analysis of political and strategic dimensions. The series features speakers from the academic world with experience in policymaking and/or a record of policy-relevant research as well as speakers from policy institutions. The seminars will focus on the substantive insights that the speakers will offer on present-day policy questions rather than technique. The target audience includes undergraduate and graduate students as well as faculty in economics, political science, international studies, finance, and history.

Instructor(s): Fabio Ghironi

Prerequisites: EC131 and EC132.

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Comments: This seminar is available to undergraduate students as the one-credit, pass/fail course EC295.01 (Prerequisites: EC131 and EC132)
This course does not count as an economics elective.

Last Updated: 24-Jun-17