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ECON 465 - The Economics of Discrimination

(3.00)
This course examines economic theories, empirical evidence and economic policies that relate to discrimination in economic life. Discrimination will be examined in a range of economic markets, including labor, education, housing, mortgages, other loans and insurance. Discrimination by government also will be examined. The types of discrimination covered are based on ethnicity, gender, race and religion. However, the focus is on African Americans and women. The course emphasizes critical analysis of empirical evidence and economic models.

Course ID: 53366
Consent: No Special Consent Required
Components: Lecture
Requirement Group: You must have completed ECON 101  or ECON 101H  with a grade of “C” or better to take this class.



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