Econ 408: Urban Economics
Application of microeconomics to the study of urban areas covering such topics as why cities exist, why cities grow and shrink, land prices, land-use patterns, and the locational decisions of individuals and firms within a city. Important policy issues facing urban economies are also explored, such as autos and highways, congestion, pollution, public transportation, crime, and property taxation.
- Econ 398: Intermediate Microeconomics (Minimum grade: C)
- Pre-Requisite: 24 Earned Hours
- Lecture: Lecture for Econ 408
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