Applications will be drawn from human cooperation, market structure and design, strategic communication, politics, business strategy, collective bargaining, psychology, and environmental issues. Prerequisite: ECON An in depth examination of firm behavior in the context of imperfect competition.
Topics covered may include: monopoly and oligopoly pricing; product differentiation; market power; entry deterrence; antitrust laws; and regulation. Emphasis will be given to covering a limited number of issues in detail rather than attempting a broad survey of industrial organization theories. A study of how markets, firms and other institutions are organized using information and transaction cost theories.
Topics covered may include: theories of the firm governance, structure, ownership, signaling and screening behavior ; theories of non-market institutions marriage, non-profit organizations, governments ; institutional theories of growth and economic history; and the organization of markets reputations, contracts, vertical control. Emphasis will be given to covering a limited number of issues and theoretical perspectives in detail rather than attempting a broad survey of new institutional economics.
An in depth examination of the application of economic reasoning to the law.
The course considers how legal relationships influence behavior and how economic models can explain the structure of the law. A selected number of topics will be covered, and may include the economic approach to common law; property rights; contracts; torts; criminal behavior; family law; and corporate bankruptcy law. This is a research course covering topics in experimental economics, tests and economic behavior, and issues in applied economics.
Experimental economic methods, results, and their implications for economic analyses will be reviewed. Individual projects will be designed and carried out by participants. The application of input-output studies, linear programming and the theory of games to economic analysis. Dynamic models, general equilibrium models and the mathematics of marginal analysis.
Emphasizes the structure and econometrics of financial trading, benefits of trading, liquidity suppliers, optimal trading strategies, estimation of variables of interest using transaction data, modeling of the limit-order book, and understanding market impact. The application of econometric techniques to the empirical investigation of economic issues. Explores the economics of crime. Topics will include statistical information on crime, economic theories of crime, deterrence, organized crime and related topics. A detailed examination of the major issues in European economic history.
Topics will vary but may include the biological evolution of economic preferences, economic behavior in hunting and gathering societies, the transition from foraging to agriculture, the emergence of inequality, hierarchy, warfare, cities, and the state, and mechanisms of social collapse. The application of economic theory and empirical analysis to issues related to the role of education in economic growth and individual earnings, the organization of the education system and education policy.
Specific topics covered will vary from term to term. An economic analysis of behavior within the family, institutional aspects of the family, and the economic role of families. Topics include bargaining, household production, intra-family transfers, fertility, marriage, divorce and other topics like dowries, footbinding and mate matching behavior.
Topics in economic development. Studies key empirical methods in economics and applies them to the topics in health economics. Covers basic concepts such as demand and supply for medical care and health insurance as well as some emerging issues. Seminar focusing on public policy as it relates to employment and income security.
Special emphasis will vary from term to term, but may include such topics as examinations of current manpower, welfare and public insurance programs, labor legislation, and private institutional practices such as union-management pension arrangements that may affect income security. The application of economic theory to political market place.
Topics may include the economics of constitutions, voting, democracy, bureaucracy, rent-seeking, and redistribution. This seminar course considers topics such as the potential role for government through an analysis of distributional issues, public goods, externalities, non-competitive market structures, and asymmetric information. It may also include topics like the incentive effects of taxation, tax incidence, tax evasion and topics in fiscal federalism. Preparation for honours research project, including literature review, data collection, ethics approval if necessary , and presentation of work in progress at end of term.
This course is intended for students in the Honours and Joint Honours Programs.
A minimum CGPA of 3. This course may not be repeated for additional credit. Variable units: 1, 2 or 3 units. Intensive work in a particular topic in the general field of Economics. Involves an extensive individual research project under the direct supervision of the instructor, who will provide guidance and critical feedback as necessary. Presentation of completed project at end of term. Students with credit for ECON may not repeat this course for further credit.
First term of work experience in the Co-operative Education Program. Second term of work experience in the Co-operative Education Program. Third term of work experience in the Co-operative Education Program. Prerequisite: ECON and department approval. Applications of static optimization techniques, matrix algebra, differential and difference equations in economic models.
An examination of the economic theory of market prices with reference to behavior of individual households, firms, and markets. Special emphasis will be placed on the implications of individual behavior for the allocation of resources.
The full presentation and accompanying slides are available to download free. Whereas the general preventive effects of sanctions for a long time have occupied a main position in penal legislation and sentencing policy, such effects were almost totally neglected in criminology and modern sociology until the late s. Be warned: In the past, students who had trouble with the theory in Econ have found the theory in this course to be hard. Violent crime comprised murder and non-negligent manslaughter, robbery, and aggravated assault. In this course, the entire waste-scape is viewed — mining waste, agricultural waste, packaging waste, household trash collection, landfills, incinerators, litter, mandatory deposits on beverage containers or on hazardous wastes , interstate and international waste trade, recycling lots on this , hazardous waste, Superfund, low-level radioactive waste, and spent nuclear-reactor fuel. American Economic Review 82, — Two papers by FCC economist Zimmerman , find a deterrent effect.
Offered once a year. The course subsequent to ECON which covers advanced Microeconomic theory on a dynamic and general equilibrium basis. The course following ECON and which covers such topics as equilibrium theory, axiomatic analysis, stability analysis, income distribution, dynamic micro models, and models of non-market economics. Prerequisite: ECON and or equivalent. An examination of basic macroeconomic theory, empirical macroeconomic data and models, macroeconomic analysis, and application to economic developments and policy issues.
Prerequisite: ECON or equivalent. An analysis of current theories of aggregate economic behavior. Topics covered in this course may include long-run growth, dynamic general equilibrium models, and business cycle analysis. Students with credit ECON may not take this course for further credit.
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This course covers advanced macroeconomic theory topics. Emphasis will be placed on current research techniques.
Topics covered may include: capital and growth theory, real business cycle models, models of fiat money, asset pricing models, endogenous growth models, development traps, macroeconomic complementarities, co-ordination failures, and adaptive behavior in macroeconomic models. An examination of theories of the supply and demand for money in micro- and macro-contexts, from the classical analysis to the most recent developments.
Emphasis will be placed upon the role of money in economic activity, the precise nature of its demand and supply conditions, and policy-implications of theoretical conclusions with regard to money. An introduction to the theory and practice of finance including topics from asset pricing, portfolio theory, and corporate finance. Advanced topics in finance with a focus on derivative securities. Offered once every other year. This course examines topics specific to the theory of the firm. Classes will focus on theories of transaction cost, principal-agency, and the theory of contracts.
Particular attention will be given to the strategic interaction of the agents.
The course will deal with experimental methodology and design. A number of topics will be covered in the three main areas of experimental economics: markets, games and strategic interaction, and individual decision-making. Students will be expected to design and conduct their own experiments under the supervision of the instructor. Limited to those in good academic standing. Individual independent study upon a plan submitted by the student.
Admission by consent of supervising instructor or instructors and the department. ECN Selected Topics IR Exploration of a topic to be determined not covered by the standard curriculum but of interest to faculty and students in a particular semester. ECN Intermediate Microeconomics 3 S Concepts and tools for the analysis of the behavior of consumers and firms, consumption decisions, market structures, and general equilibrium.
Pricing, production, purchasing, and employment policies. Quantitative skills requirements of liberal arts core recommended. ECN Intermediate Macroeconomics 3 S National product and income concepts, measurements, and relationships; interrelationships of the major segments of the national economy; forces affecting the general level of economic activity. Protectionism, the multinational firm, the debt crisis, international macroeconomic policy coordination, and European integration. May not be used to satisfy the economics major upper-division elective requirement.
Admission by consent of supervising instructor s and the department. This course teaches concepts useful in predicting how agents behave in such strategic situations. The focus is on applications in economics and other areas. ECN Introduction to Statistics and Econometrics 3 Y Basic theory and application of probability, statistical inference, and regression analysis for economics majors. Designed to expose the student to the statistical techniques economists use in estimating, testing, and forecasting economic relationships. Government expenditures, revenue, and debt. Intergovernmental fiscal relations.
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