ECO 387 - Research Seminar in Public Choice Economics
Public Choice Economics is the application of economic methods to problems usually within the sphere of political science. This research seminar is as much a vehicle for developing a student’s research skills as it is a valuable field of inquiry. The students will actively engage with their peers in learning about Public Choice Economics, in developing a viable research proposal, and in conducting their own empirical research projects. It is appropriate for either advanced economics-focused students with an interest political science or advanced political science-focused students with an interest in economics.
Economics focus: Economics 105 (Statistics), either Economics 202 (Intermediate Microeconomics) or Economics 203 (Intermediate Macroeconomics), and a Political Science course above 201.
Political Science focus: Political Science 201 (Methods and Statistics in Political Science), a Political Science course above 300, and Economics 101 (Introductory Economics).
Satisfies a major requirement in Economics
Satisfies a minor requirement in Economics