EC 206 - Urban Economics
 
(3 cr.) This course provides an economic analysis and evaluation of urban problems organized around the inherent conflict between private enterprises and the maintenance of the quality of life in urban areas. Economic factors in growth of cities and metropolitan areas are explored. Topics include the location of economic activity, land use patterns and transportation, combating poverty and poor housing, provision of adequate health care, organization and financing of public activities and problems of decline and growth. Prerequisite: EC 112; Every Other Year, Spring
 
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