Course Details

ECON 221: Cambridge Program: Contemporary British Economy

The course focuses on the development of the British economy since the inter-war period. The approach integrates economic and historical analysis to discuss the development of the structure of the British economy, economic policy, and the institutions affecting economic performance. Students majoring in economics, political science, and history are particularly encouraged to apply, but the seminar is open to students of all majors. Prerequisite: Students who have completed Economics 110 and 111 by the end of spring term 2022 are eligible to participate in the seminar.
6 credits; SI, QRE, IS; Not offered 2021-2022