ECON 4194: Group Studies – The Economics of Immigration

Economics

Class Number: Unavailable
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Darcy Hartman
Terms offered:
Sites: Community of Summit Park Apartments, northeast Columbus

Description:

The purpose of this course is to study the economic aspects of immigration. The course will introduce students to the various microeconomic and macroeconomic issues related to immigration, and will review principles from this perspective. Course will include a service-learning component with the Friends of Summit Park Apartments working with a refugee group to assist in meeting identified community needs in housing and food using limited resources.

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ECON 3900.01S: The Economics of Immigration

Economics

Class Number: 23605 (May14)
Campus: Columbus
Instructor: Darcy A Hartman, Senior Lecturer, Economics, College of Arts and Sciences
Terms offered: May Session
Sites:

Description:

This is a service-learning opportunity with Esperanza International in Tijuana, Mexico. The course will introduce micro and macroeconomic issues related to immigration. This case study will focus on the opportunity costs for immigrants, the effects of the flow of money, and the loss of labor and human capital on economic growth. Students will work with the immigrant community.
Prereq: 2001.01, 2001.02, 2002.01 or 2002.02, or AEDEcon 2001.

Syllabus:

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