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ECON 364B The Economics of Sustainable Development: Communities, Markets and Technology - COMM, MRKTS, TEC
Applied research and seminars on topics of concern to economists and communities located both locally and internationally. Environmental sustainability, sustainable livelihoods, development effectiveness, institutions, agency, ethics, and well-being. Theoretical approaches, case studies, and community-based learning.
Pre-reqs: All of ECON 101, ECON 102. (Restricted to BA students with at least 3rd year standing and BIE students with at least 2nd year standing. Students are expected to have completed at least 9 ECON credits prior to registration.)
No sections offered for 2019 Winter.