Welcome - Poverty and Inequality ECON 4317   Poverty and Inequality
Why are some people poor, while others are rich? Why do some nations have more poverty or inequality than others? What can or should be done? This course examines the extent of poverty and inequality in contemporary societies, and the theories underlying alternative measures and explanations.
NOTES: Approved with Canadian Studies. The student is advised to take ECON 3315 before taking ECON 4317.
FORMAT: Lecture
PREREQUISITES: ECON 2200.03 (or ECON 2210.03 or ECON 2220.03), and ECON2201.03, with minimum grades of C.
EXCLUSIONS: ECON 3317.03; ECON 5317.03