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BUSP 4110 - Public Economics S

3 hours
Prerequisites: ECON 2101  with a grade of B- or better and  ECON 2102   To quote one of the fathers of public economics, James Buchanan, this course delves into “politics without romance”. The intersections of political science and economics, public economics seeks to objectively identify the optimal role of government allocation in an economic system. This course looks at when the government needs the private sector, when the private sector needs the government, and why no one is happy with political action even though we all got one vote.



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