Labor and Public Economics
Labor and Public Economics (4 courses, 14-16 Units)
Labor and Public Economics is a specific degree in labor markets and public policy, specifically issues of wage discrimination, social assistance, effects of taxation, minimum wages, and other policies. These courses are in-depth examinations of these topics and their implications on the economy and society.
- ECON 311 Public Economics (4 units)
- ECON 321 Labor Economics (4 units)
- ECON XXX One additional Economics course approved by an Economics Advisor (3-4 units)
- ECON XXX One additional Economics course approved by an Economics Department Advisor (3-4 units)