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ECON 325

This guide supports ECON 325: The Economics of Poverty and Discrimination

Economics of Poverty and Discrimination

An analysis of the economic aspects of poverty and discrimination. Emphasis on the theoretical economic causes of poverty and the economic bases for discriminatory behavior, the impact of poverty and discrimination on individuals and society, and the effect of reform policies on the two problems.

This guide contains information and links to help facilitate the use of the Mardigian Library resources in the assignments for the course. Focus is given to research strategies and Policy Brief assignments. 

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