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EDUC 768. Economics of Education

Credits: 3

This course is an introduction to the economics of education. The central aim of the course is to assist students in viewing the education “industry” and its educational processes through the perspective of economics. Several tools of economic analysis are used to address the links between education and economic growth, consumption, investment, employment, and equity. Students are afforded an opportunity to examine an important issue related to the economics of education, which helps them to become more knowledgeable about the economics of education literature and learn how to apply the tools of economic analysis to a important policy issue.

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Fall 2015 Brian P. McCall
EDUC 768. Economics of Education

Fall 2016 Brian P. McCall
EDUC 768. Economics of Education

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