01:30 PM to 04:10 PM M
Carow Hall 01
Section Information for Spring 2017
This class will provide a broad survey of an interesting and exciting field. As you can tell from the attached reading list, my approach is wide-ranging taking in topics from the economics of culture, institutions, and economic history. As such this course would be a great complement for those of you interested in pursuing research in institutional economics, public choice, applied micro and economic history. I intend to teach various techniques and tools used in the papers that we will study as we go.
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Enrollment is limited to Graduate level students.