URBAN ECONOMICS, ISSUES, AND POLICY
2023 Fall Term
This course analyzes the role of cities as fundamental drivers of human progress and innovation. Using data, students examine the key costs and benefits of density and urbanization with a central focus on how those costs and benefits interact with contemporary issues and policy. Students examine innovation, productivity, housing, transportation, crime, externalities and public policy as it relates to these topics.
Other Requirements: PREREQ: ECON 201 AND ((COBE MAJOR: ADMISSION TO UPPER DIVISION BUSINESS COURSES AND 2.50 CUMULATIVE GPA) OR (NON-COBE MAJOR/MINOR/COBE MINOR: 60 UNITS AND 2.00 CUMULATIVE GPA))
- This schedule is informational and does not guarantee availability for registration.
- Sections may be full or not open for registration. Please use WINS if you wish to register for a course.
|Section Details||Meeting Details & Topic||Instructor||Syllabus|
|09/05 - 12/08 (1)||MW 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM||