Sep 28, 2021  
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EC 319 - Economics of Income Distribution and Poverty


Credits: 3
The definition and measurement of economic inequality and poverty and the investigation of economic factors determining the distribution of income and wealth. On the macro level, the course examines the dynamics of input markets, including productivity and technological change. The micro level focuses on the personal distribution of income and poverty in the United States. Alternative theories are examined. Other topics include the role of the government through policies such as taxes, transfers, and public education.
Prerequisites:   and   or permission of instructor.
M. Odekon



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