ECON 635 Economics of Social Issues
This course focuses on the application of fundamental concepts in macroeconomics and microeconomics to facilitate and inform managerial decision making in government and nonprofit fields. Students use microeconomic tools to understand and analyze the outcomes of the macroeconomic system. Topics include the role of government regulations and policies in decision making, policy analysis, cost-benefit analysis and project evaluation.
4 Graduate credits
Effective August 1, 1998 to present