Econ 776b. The Economics of Population

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Course Type: 
Graduate
Course term: 
Not offered
Year: 
2014

Analysis of economic aspects of population change including fertility, mortality, health, marriage, migration, and labor force behavior. Microeconomic models of household behavior incorporating gender and inter-generational bargaining over resource allocation, are used to explain behavior in contemporary low- and high-income countries. Policy interventions that seek to improve health, reduce fertility, or change work patterns are then evaluated statistically based on the developed models of household behavior.

Also Econ 462b.