ECON 390 Effects of Public Policy on Business and the Economy




This course provides qualitative and quantitative methods, including benefit/cost analysis, to quantify the effects of public policies on the economy, business and consumers. It analyzes international trade and investment, resource management, environmental protection, competition, industry entry and pricing regulation and tax policies with a combination of lectures, case studies and class debates.


45 credits of 100-level or higher coursework including ECON 111, 112 and MATH 101

Course Outlines

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