ECON 328 Economics of Race and Gender

An examination of the historical and contemporary economic positions of women and minorities. Topics include: the economics of slavery, racial and sexual discrimination, labor market segmentation, wage differentials, labor force participation, red-lining, and income inequality. Relevant public policy issues such as affirmative action and welfare will also be addressed. Permission of instructor required for students who have successfully completed ECON 327 to enroll in this course.

Credits

4 units

Prerequisite

ECON 102