The Economics Department

Marika Cabral


Assistant ProfessorPh.D., Stanford University

Marika Cabral

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ECO 321 • Public Economics

34745 • Spring 2014
Meets MW 800am-930am CLA 0.126

STUDY OF APPROPRIATE ALLOCATIONS OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY BETWEEN GOVERNMENT (FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL) AND THE PRIVATE SECTOR. THE WORKINGS OF SOCIAL SECURITY, WELFARE, EDUCATION, POLLUTION CONTROL, DEREGULATION, TAXATION; AND PROPOSALS FOR REFORM.

PREREQUISITE: ECONOMICS 420K WITH A GRADE OF AT LEAST C-.

 

ECO 321 • Public Economics

34750 • Spring 2014
Meets MW 930am-1100am ART 1.110

STUDY OF APPROPRIATE ALLOCATIONS OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY BETWEEN GOVERNMENT (FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL) AND THE PRIVATE SECTOR. THE WORKINGS OF SOCIAL SECURITY, WELFARE, EDUCATION, POLLUTION CONTROL, DEREGULATION, TAXATION; AND PROPOSALS FOR REFORM.

PREREQUISITE: ECONOMICS 420K WITH A GRADE OF AT LEAST C-.

 

ECO 321 • Public Economics

34215 • Fall 2012
Meets TTH 330pm-500pm BUR 134

STUDY OF APPROPRIATE ALLOCATIONS OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY BETWEEN GOVERNMENT (FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL) AND THE PRIVATE SECTOR. THE WORKINGS OF SOCIAL SECURITY, WELFARE, EDUCATION, POLLUTION CONTROL, DEREGULATION, TAXATION; AND PROPOSALS FOR REFORM.

PREREQUISITE: ECONOMICS 420K WITH A GRADE OF AT LEAST C-.

This course focuses on the application of microeconomic tools to analyze government policy.  The course will cover the basic theoretical concepts underlying government intervention in various contexts, and the application of these concepts to real-world problems.  Some topics that will be covered include the analysis of tax incidence, externalities, public goods, health insurance, social security, and education.

ECO 321 • Public Economics

34243 • Spring 2012
Meets MW 1230pm-200pm ENS 115

STUDY OF APPROPRIATE ALLOCATIONS OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY BETWEEN GOVERNMENT (FEDERAL, STATE, AND LOCAL) AND THE PRIVATE SECTOR. THE WORKINGS OF SOCIAL SECURITY, WELFARE, EDUCATION, POLLUTION CONTROL, DEREGULATION, TAXATION; AND PROPOSALS FOR REFORM.

PREREQUISITE: ECONOMICS 420K WITH A GRADE OF AT LEAST C-.

This course focuses on the application of microeconomic tools to analyze government policy.  The course will cover the basic theoretical concepts underlying government intervention in various contexts, and the application of these concepts to real-world problems.  Some topics that will be covered include the analysis of tax incidence, externalities, public goods, health insurance, social security, and education.

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