MGEB31H3 Public Decision Making

A study of decision-making by governments from an economic perspective. The course begins by examining various rationales for public involvement in the economy and then examines a number of theories explaining the way decisions are actually made in the public sector. The course concludes with a number of case studies of Canadian policy making.

Prerequisite: 
Exclusion: 
Enrolment Limits: 
60
Breadth Requirements: 
Social & Behavioural Sciences