EC 363 - American Economic History
 
(3 cr.) This study of the major economic factors that have influenced the growth of American society considers the interaction of economic and non-economic considerations. Factors include European background, colonial period, agricultural economy and developing frontier, rise of factory system. Industrial society is evaluated. Methods of production, organization of the labor force, immigration and urbanization, the development of science-based technology, and present problems and prospects also are explored. Prerequisite: EC 112; As Needed
 
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