ECONOMICS OF DISCRIMINATION (DV)
2014 Spring Term
This course analyzes the experiences of ethnic minorities and women in the United States economy, extending traditional and nontraditional interpretations of economic issues to the unique experiences of these groups. Economic tools will be developed and applied to such topics as: Labor Force Participation; Wage Determination; Occupational Choice and Segregation; Comparable Worth; Poverty; and the Criminal Justice System. These issues will be addressed through three distinct viewpoints in the course: neoclassical economics; political economy; and stratification economics.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: ADMISSION TO THE UPPER DIVISION BUSINESS COURSES AND 2.50 COMBINED CUMULATIVE GPA FOR BUSINESS MAJORS OR 60 UNITS AND 2.00 COMBINED CUMULATIVE GPA FOR MINORS/NON-BUSINESS MAJORS FOR WHICH THIS COURSE IS AN OPTION
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3 Units [DV]
|01/21 - 05/20 (1)||MW 2:15 PM - 3:30 PM||