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Spring Term 2010 Political Economy of Regulation - 3912 - ECON 240
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Prerequisites/Notes: ECON 100 or ECON 120

Catalog Description : This course focuses on the tension between politics and expertise that characterize the administrative regulatory state often called "the fourth branch of government." Several competing models of political economy shape an exploration of the continuing evolution of the U.S. regulatory system, the process by which regulations are proposed, written, implemented, and enforced, and the tools used to evaluate the costs and benefits of regulations.

Attributes: Social Science Div GER (01cr), Writing Intensive GER (01cr), BM Social Science (01cr), Foundation/Gateway Course


Term

Spring Term 2010

Instructors

David Gerard

Course

ECON 240

Grade Mode

Standard

Title

POLITICAL ECONOMY - REGULATION (W)

Final Exam

 

CRN

3912

Status

Active

Class Time

03:10 PM-04:20 PM MWF BRIG 225

Start-End Date

Mar 29, 2010-Jun 10, 2010

Campus

Appleton Main Campus

Units

6

Cross Listed as

GOVT 277

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Enrollment:

20

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12

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8