MGEC91H3 Economics and Government

This course provides an overview of what governments can do to benefit society, as suggested by economic theory and empirical research. It surveys what governments actually do, especially Canadian governments. Efficient methods of taxation and methods of controlling government are also briefly covered.
Note: This course may be applied to the C-level course requirements of the Minor Program in Economics for Management Studies. It may not, however, be used to meet the requirements of any program that leads to a B.B.A. or of the Major Program in Economics for Management Studies.

Prerequisite: 
Exclusion: 

MGEC31H3/( ECMC31H3), MGEC32H3/( ECMC32H3), ( ECMC91H3), (ECO336Y), ECO336H, ECO337H

Breadth Requirements: 
Social & Behavioural Sciences