Political Economy

This course addresses big questions at the intersection of economics, politics, and ethics, including arguments over

classical liberalism, socialism, social democracy, the regulation of markets, the welfare state, economic justice, and

the purposes of economic life. Recurring themes include the relationship between the free individual and the

community, natural rights vs. utilitarianism, and the workability of different political-economic systems.

Pre-requisite: ECO-211 LEC 

Course Credit: 3

Course Code: ECO-452