PPOL-556 ECONOMIC ANALYSIS FOR PUBLIC POLICY
Fall for 2016-2017
Spring for 2016-2017
Economic principles provide a foundation for and are incorporated into policy development and analysis in a broad range of fields including environmental, social welfare, healthcare, education, and are critical to labor market analysis. This course focuses on how a range of economic principles including consumer and producer theory, social welfare economics, public goods and externalities, market failure, market structure, production theory, and fiscal policy provide insight into and help derive solutions for public policy challenges.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None

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Spring '17: Thomas A (file download)
Spring '17: Kim H (file download)
Fall '16: Kim HJ (file download)
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PPOL-556-02 ECONOMIC ANALYSIS FOR PUBLIC POLICY
Fall for 2016-2017
Faculty:
Economic principles provide a foundation for and are incorporated into policy development and analysis in a broad range of fields including environmental, social welfare, healthcare, education, and are critical to labor market analysis. This course focuses on how a range of economic principles including consumer and producer theory, social welfare economics, public goods and externalities, market failure, market structure, production theory, and fiscal policy provide insight into and help derive solutions for public policy challenges.
Credits: 3
Prerequisites: None
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