CITC15H3: Money Matters: How Municipal Finance Shapes the City

This course examines the role of municipal finance in shaping all aspects of urban life. Putting Canada into a comparative perspective, we look at how local governments provide for their citizens within a modern market economy and across different societies and time periods. The course also explores the relationship between municipal finance and various social problems, including movements for racial justice and the ongoing housing crisis.

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
Social and Behavioural Sciences