PAF 3102 Economic Analysis of Public Policy
3 hours; 3 credits

This is a course in economic theory and its use for understanding and addressing public problems. Applications are drawn from current policy debates in areas such as the environment, health, and labor markets. Relevant analytical tools, including benefit-cost analysis, are introduced. Students analyze and write from an economic perspective through in-class activities and out-of-class assignments.

Prerequisite: ECO 1001 and ENG 2150