ECON 367: Money, Markets, and Economic Policy
ECON 367-001: Money Markets Economic Policy
Mason Hall D023
Section Information for Fall 2017
Satisfies the general education requirement in social and behavioral Science.
Course Information from the University Catalog
Applies basic economic concepts and principles to issues facing the U.S. and global economies. Topics include productivity and economic growth, taxes, healthcare, globalization, income distribution and financial crises, with an emphasis on market structure, social institutions and the not-always rational behavior of investors and consumers. Equivalent to GOVT 367.
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