Welcome - The European Economy Since 1900 ECON 2239   The European Economy Since 1900
This course applies economic theories to interpret quantitative economic changes in major European countries during the turbulent 20th century. Issues addressed include sources of growth and unevenly improved welfare, war, inflation, depression; Nazi economy; Communism's nature, success, and ultimate failure; reparations and the transfer 'problem'; and the 'transition.'
NOTES: Approved with Canadian Studies.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: ECON 1101.03, ECON 1102.03 with minimum grades of C