Term: Fall

ECON 480 F: De Souza. Philosophical Issues in Economics

Instructor: Fr. Raymond de Souza
Term: Fall
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This seminar seeks to examine the philosophical issues raised by standard economic analysis, as well as the nature of the discipline itself.

ECON 481 F: Stewart. Public Policy in Canada

Instructor: Arthur Stewart
Term: Fall
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The general focus of the papers is the application of microeconomics to public policy issues.

ECON 485 F: Garvie. Applied Microeconomics and Public Policy

Instructor: Devon Garvie
Term: Fall
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This seminar provides students with an opportunity to research and write a paper on an economic problem/policy using theory from an applied field o

ECON 490 F: Longworth. Comparative Credit Cycles: Financial Crises or Credit Behaviour During COVID-19

Instructor: David Longworth
Term: Fall
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Financial crises have been a recurring feature of the global economy for well over 200 years.

ECON 492 F: Gregory. Empirical Paper in Macro Economics

Instructor: Allan Gregory
Term: Fall
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This seminar and paper course is on empirical macroeconomics.

Term: Winter

ECON 482 W: Garvie. Environmental Economics

Instructor: Devon Garvie
Term: Winter
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This seminar provides students with an opportunity to research and write a critical case study on an environmental problem/policy or a landmark env

ECON 483 W: Tusche. Behavioural Economics

Instructor: Anita Tusche
Term: Winter
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In this course we will discuss basic theories and research findings on rational choice, drawing on research conducted by psychologists, economists

ECON 484 W: Stewart. Public Policy in Canada

Instructor: Arthur Stewart
Term: Winter
Summary (click on title for more info)

The general focus of the papers is the application of microeconomics to public policy issues.

ECON 491 W: Kennedy. Policy Responses to Global Financial Crises

Instructor: Mike Kennedy
Term: Winter
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The world economy in 2008-09 experienced its most severe recession since the Second World War.

ECON 494 W: De Souza. Philosophical Issues in Economics

Instructor: Fr. Raymond de Souza
Term: Winter
Summary (click on title for more info)

This seminar seeks to examine the philosophical issues raised by standard economic analysis, as well as the nature of the discipline itself.