RE 709 – Urban Economics (3 credit hours)
A survey of the economic structure and problems of urban areas on both the microeconomic and macroeconomic levels. Stresses the application of regional economic analysis in the study of urban areas as economic regions. Prerequisites: for undergraduate students, ECON 201, 202, junior standing; for graduate students, the equivalent of ECON 201, 202.
Prerequisites: For undergraduate students, ECON 201, 202, and junior standing; for graduate students, the equivalent of ECON 201 and 202.
Recent instructor: Dr. Ken Kriz with the Hugo Wall School of Urban and Public Affairs