CITC15H3: Taxing and Spending: Public Finance in Canadian Cities

The course examines Canadian local public finance in comparative perspective and discusses the implications of municipal finance for urban public policy, planning, and the provision of municipal services. Topics include local government revenue sources and expenditures, the politics of municipal budgeting and intergovernmental fiscal relations, and how public finance influences urban form.

8.0 credits, including at least 1.5 credits at the B-level from City Studies, Human Geography, Economics for Management Studies, Management, Political Science, or Sociology
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Social and Behavioural Sciences