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ECON 3303 Economics of the Family (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

This course uses economic tools to explore decision-making and allocation of resources within the family. The impact of gender roles and differences will be examined historically in the US and across developed economies. Student participation will be an integral part of the course. During class, students will be required to evaluate data and relate it to the theoretic model covered. Student participation will also include two in-class oral presentations

Instructor(s): Claudia Olivetti

Prerequisites: ECON2228 AND ECON2201.

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Last Updated: 04-Oct-18