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econ hist us syllabus - COURSE SYLLABUS: Economic History...

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COURSE SYLLABUS: Economic History of the United States (P, T: if Economics major, can be taken by students in the policy or theory concentrations) V31.0205 Identical to C31.0205. Prerequisites: V31.0001(Economic Principles I) and V31.0002 (Economic Principles II), or V31.0005(Introduction to Economic Analysis). Offered in the spring and summer. 4 points. Fall 2011, TR, 9:30AM – 10:45PM Instructor: Tai Young-Taft Instructor Office: 19 W. 4 th St., 6FL, Office 603. Instructor Office Hours: By appointment. Instructor’s E-mail: jyt215@nyu.edu Teaching Assistant and Contact Information: TBA. Course Descriptions: Analytic survey of the structure of the U.S. economy. National income and its distribution; population and land; capital accumulation and development of financial institutions; labor and labor unions; technological change; the market, both domestic and foreign; and the economic effects of government policy. Required Work:
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