ECON 3711: Economics of Race
Lecture - 4 credits
- Addresses economic issues related to race, including the persistence of racial discrimination.
- Studies the social construction of race and the use of this construction to legitimize exploitation.
- Covers the economic modeling of discrimination and segregation, as well as the effect of these societal attributes on economic outcomes, and the complexity of racial equity and equality specific to reparations.
- Course materials rely on published research, film, and other media.
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