Student readings of works selected by a faculty member on a common problem not covered directly by regular courses. Intensive research, writing, discussion, and oral reporting of ideas related to the assigned readings. Independent student work and initiative. May be taught as an extended year long course.
Prerequisite: consent of instructor; 301; 302; at least one 300-level course in Microeconomics Theme; junior standing in Economics, International Political Economy or Mathematical Economics major.
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