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Labor Economics

This course is a study of the role of labor in the economy and of the models economists use to analyze it, from a reformed Christian perspective I hope that it will help to equip you for Christian...

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Introduction to Statistical Theory in Economics and Business

COURSE DESCRIPTION:The course is designed to provide students with a background in basic statistics with a focus on business applications. Students are introduced to probability theory and probability...

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Lehigh CORPS Regional Economic Development Practicum

This Lehigh Community Research and Policy Service course will. involve teams of students in community-oriented research projects. The twin purposes of the program are: 1) to provide real-world, team...

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Social and Economic Justice

"Charity, vertical, humiliates. Solidarity, horizontal, helps."- Eduardo GaleanoCourse DescriptionSocial and Economic Justice will review and study historical and contemporary issues in social and...

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The Economics of Social Issues

College of BusinessEC 211 – Course OutlineSemester: Spring 2000Class Sessions: The class meets on Wednesdays from 7:45-10:10Course DescriptionThis course utilizes economic principles and techniques to...

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An Analysis of the Economic, Environmental and Social Implications of the...

To be undertaken as a service learning project by Sacred Heart University students in Fall 2000 in EC 211 The Economics of Social IssuesCA 21 Honors CommunicationsFor Trashbusters and the Bridgeport...

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Principles of Microeconomics

Goals: What will you get out ofthis class? You will develop (or strengthen) community awareness and involvement (FGCU's learning outcome # 9):         1.1. Participate collaboratively in community...

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UVM and the Local/Regional Economy (Community Development & Applied Economics...

Instructors: Richard Schramm CDAE Department, UVM103A Morrill Hall 656-0292, rschramm {at} zoo.uvm(.)eduoffice hours: Tues, Wed, Thurs 2:00-3:00 pm or by appointment Nancy BrooksEconomics Department,...

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Homelessness in America: An Exploration of Poverty, Human Services and Social...

HOMELESSNESS IN AMERICA: AN EXPLORATION OF POVERTY, HUMAN SERVICES, AND SOCIAL CHANGE Mary Lou Finley, Ph.D., instructor Wednesday evenings, 7-9:30 p.m. Antioch University Seattle Credits: 4 (3 or 5 by...

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Poverty and the American Economy

Poverty and the American Economy Required Texts: Bradley Schiller, The Economics of Poverty and Discrimination, 8th edition, Prentice Hall, 2001. Jonathan Kozel, Amazing Grace, Crown Publishers, 1995....

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Poverty, Gender, and Microcredit

BACKGROUND TO SERVICE LEARNING AND COURSE OVERVIEW Alexis de Tocqueville in the 1800?s observed that the strength of American democracy lay in its spirited voluntary associations and emphasis on...

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Rebuilding the Mississippi Gulf Coast

Course Description Consumer problems related to production and allocation of housing, especially for low-income households. Includes service-learning experience related to data collection, analysis and...

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Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE)

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) is an experiential learning (Service-Learning (SL) category) course open to all students from any discipline who have achieved sophomore status....

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