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Winter Term 2017 TOP: NEW INSTITUTNL ECONOMICS - 1486 - ECON 495
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Prerequisites/Notes: ECON 300

Catalog Description : Topics will vary with instructor and year; thus, if the substance of the course changes, students may take Advanced Topics more than once. Each offering will employ analytical techniques developed in the intermediate-level courses (Economics 300, 320, and 380.) Substantive topics might include, but would not be limited to, economics of the arts, economics of sports, computational finance, international finance, public sector economics, economics of the environment, and studies of specific industries.

Topic for Winter 2017: New Institutional Economics
The New Institutional Economics (NIE) is a movement in the social sciences that develops and extends neoclassical economic theory to understand the role of institutions in shaping behavior, as well as the factors that spur and prevent institutional change. The course examines a number of topics through the NIE lens, including economic growth, natural resource management, urban environmental history, and public utilities regulation. Prerequisites for this topic: ECON 300 and ECON 380.



Attributes: Social Science Div GER (01cr), BM Social Science (01cr), Advanced Course


Term

Winter Term 2017

Instructors

David Gerard

Course

ECON 495

Grade Mode

Standard

Title

TOP: NEW INSTITUTNL ECONOMICS

Final Exam

Monday, Mar 13, 2017 03:00 p.m. - 05:30 p.m.

CRN

1486

Status

Active

Class Time

02:30-04:20 TR BRIG 217

Start-End Date

Jan 03, 2017-Mar 15, 2017

Campus

Appleton Main Campus

Units

6

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Maximum

Number registered

Enrollment:

Unlimited

10